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Why Ewald is the Best Place to Work

Posted By Mary Le, Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Why Ewald is the Best Place to Work

By: Mary Le, Intern


Ewald Consulting is competing in the Star Tribune’s 2016 “Best Place to Work.” As a survey circulates asking employees why they like working for the company, who better to ask than Laurie Pumper, Ewald’s Communication Director, why Ewald is the best place to work. Laurie has been with Ewald Consulting for 25 (and a half) years. She has seen Ewald grow from 6 employees to about 70 employees.


Accepting mistakes: Laurie mentioned that it can get a little chaotic here at Ewald because people handle a number of different clients and some take on a number of roles. In times of chaos, you may make mistakes sometimes, and that’s okay. Here at Ewald, we understand people can make mistakes, especially as we learn new technology and new ways of thinking. We strive not to make the same mistakes twice and have quality controls in place to help avoid mistakes — but we grow by not always playing it safe.


The Ewald family: “I think Eric, Amanda, and especially David really set the tone here at Ewald,” said Laurie, adding, “They are strongly committed to their employees.” From offering pay and benefits that are significantly above the minimum required to getting to know every employee, the Ewald family knows how to treat people well. Laurie says the attitude goes deeper, “Going back to my first days on the job, the company leaders have also demanded strong ethical standards from themselves and their employees.”


Everyone has the same goal: All employees at Ewald have their own jobs and duties that they are responsible for. Despite those different roles, everyone shares the common goal of working in the best interest of the company and is willing to be a team player. “I think we all want to be the best at what we do — and make the company the best at what it does,” Laurie said.



Interested in opportunities at Ewald? Check out our site at www.ewald.com for job opportunities.



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