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Why Core Values Play an Essential Role in Your Business

May 16, 2019

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Most every business has core values, but why are they important? Core values play a big role in informing people what your business is all about. It can show what your business finds important and what you place value over. Core values are those traits and characteristics that you find most important in your way of life. The way you go about your every day can be reflected in these core values. So why are they important? They let customers know more about you and your business.

At Dexcomm, we focus a lot on core values in our workplace. We’ve managed to establish strong core values in our work environment and have been able to see the positive effect it has on our work place environment. We even make sure to hire people who agree with and are aligned with our core values. We find that bringing together a work place who all values and places importance on certain traits can make a friendlier, more positive attitude among your employees.

Technology Image-1Identifying your business’s core values is the first part of this important step. You have to consider what you find most important during the day, and what you think is most important in your business. If you’re running a funeral home, perhaps compassion is most important to you. Or maybe you’re a HVAC contractor and you value efficiency. Your business’s core values are entirely reliant on your own business. They’re what make your business different from other competitors that may be in the area.

So why again are core values so essential to your business?

If you’re still interested in reading about core values and how much of a role they can play in a business, why don’t you check out Dexcomm’s core values and learn about why we are the way we are!


Dexcomm is a Louisiana-based corporation that provides answering services to businesses and service agencies across the United States. We have been open since 1954, employ a staff of roughly 50 people, and our average client retention rate is 10+ years.

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