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How We Value Family at BIG

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In a world driven by deadlines, meetings, and technology, it's easy to lose sight of the most critical thing in our lives – family. As August rolls around, we're reminded of the significance of family bonds during Family Fun Month. At Brannon Industrial Group, we believe in the power of family in our personal lives, the workplace, and the community. Family ties run deep at BIG; as a family-owned and operated business, we want to highlight our commitment to valuing family in all aspects of life.

Read our family founding story HERE.

Fostering Family Bonds in the Workplace:

At BIG, we understand that a positive work-life balance starts with a supportive work environment. We've implemented various initiatives to foster family bonds among our employees:

1. Flexible Work Arrangements:

We recognize that employees need time to spend with their families. Our flexible work arrangements ensure that our team members can balance their work commitments with their family responsibilities.

2. Family-Friendly Policies:

Our family-friendly policies include parental leave and more. These policies make it easier for employees to care for their families and demonstrate our dedication to their well-being.

The distinction of being family-owned and operated goes beyond mere ownership and management – it influences how we conduct business, treat our employees, and engage with our community. Here's a closer look at why our family-owned and operated status holds such significance:

The Significance of Family-Owned and Operated

1. Shared Values and Vision:

Being family-owned and operated means that our business is guided by a shared set of values and a unified vision. These principles have been passed down through generations, instilling a sense of purpose and commitment far beyond the bottom line. Our dedication to environmental sustainability, community betterment, and family well-being are not just corporate goals; they reflect our family's values.

Read our articles on our core values below:

2. Long-Term Perspective:

Family-owned businesses often have a longer-term perspective, focusing on building a legacy that can be passed on to future generations. This perspective encourages us to prioritize the well-being of our employees, the community, and the environment rather than short-term gains.

3. Strong Relationships:

Our family-owned and operated status allows us to cultivate strong relationships with our company and stakeholders. Our employees aren't just colleagues – they're valued members of our extended family. This familial bond creates a supportive and collaborative work environment that directly benefits our employees' job satisfaction and our company's overall success.

4. Local Engagement:

As a family-owned corporation, we are deeply rooted in our local community. We understand the importance of giving back and actively participating in our operations. Our commitment to family extends to our community as we strive to create a better place for families to thrive.

5. Personal Accountability:

Family-owned businesses often prioritize personal accountability. With our family name attached to the corporation, we are driven to maintain a reputation built on trust, integrity, and ethical practices. This accountability is reflected in how we serve our customers, manage waste responsibly, and interact with our employees and community.

At Brannon Industrial Group, Family Fun Month is more than just a name on the calendar – it reflects our commitment to valuing family in every aspect of life. By fostering family bonds within our workplace, engaging with our community, and bringing our corporate family closer together, we aim to create an environment where family is genuinely treasured. Our commitment to family values is not limited to the month of celebration; it's ingrained in our DNA year-round. As we commemorate Family Fun Month, remember that our status as a family-owned and operated corporation is a testament to our enduring dedication to family, community, and a sustainable future.


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