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TEECOM’s core values are: Demonstrate You Care, Add Value, and Earn Trust. Demonstrate You Care means that you communicate effectively, respect other people, and show selflessness toward colleagues, clients, our community, and the environment. Add Value means that you deliver results, commit to continuous improvement, and adhere to proper process. Earn Trust means that you demonstrate accountability, practice teamwork, and exhibit vulnerability.
Driven to work remotely by the pandemic, we found we had the tools in place to operate with full effectiveness. TEECOM is now a virtual-first firm without permanent physical office space. We continue to deliver projects all over the world. Our digital workplace gives our clients the same level of service, our staff greater flexibility, and helps us achieve our commitment to carbon neutrality by 2025.
TEECOM recognizes that our society and industry is shaped by system inequities of race, gender, sexual orientation, age, and more. Our Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) program is designed to correct inequities through measures including the following:
- Ensuring Pay Equity
- Ensuring Promotion Equity
- Actively Recruiting from Diverse Sources
- Trainings and Focus Groups
- Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), including our Women and Gender Minorities in Engineering (WXIE) group
TEECOM’s Womxn in Engineering (WXIE) group serves as a safe space for positive and productive discussion to support women and gender minorities at the firm. WXIE takes its objective from the Society of Women Engineers mission statement: “Empower women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering and technology professions as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity and inclusion.” The group at TEECOM meets monthly to hear from speakers; share knowledge, personal experiences, and article and book recommendations; provide a mutual support system; and empower one another to advance our careers and overcome implicit bias in the workplace.