“AVI is proud to be a supplier of components to all branches of the military” is an impressive statement about Auto-Valve, Inc. (AVI).
There are seven branches of the military: Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Space Force, Coast Guard. And as defense.gov points out, “the Army National Guard and the Air National Guard are reserve components of their services and operate in part under state authority.” AVI partners with those dedicated to protecting freedom, ensuring safety, and upholding the values immortalized by the forefathers in the Constitution of the United States. To say AVI offers an opportunity to be incredibly proud of where you work and the product you produce is an understatement of massive proportion.
AVI Saves Money & Time By Investing in Current Employees
Consider these facts:
- “63.3% of companies say retaining employees is actually harder than hiring them.” ● “Today, more than a third of workers are searching actively or casually for a job. As a result, US employers spend $2.9M per day looking for replacement workers. That’s $1.1B per year.”
- “Employee engagement is the emotional commitment the employee has to the organization.”
- “Overall, companies with high employee engagement are 21% more profitable.”
- “… highly engaged workplaces saw 41% lower absenteeism.”
- “71% of executives say that employee engagement is critical to their company’s success.”
- “69% of employees say they’d work harder if they were better appreciated.”
- “It costs businesses $4,129 on average to hire new talent, and around $986 to onboard the new hire. That means you lose over $5,000 each time an employee walks out the door, not to mention the unquantifiable cost of losing an experienced employee!”
You are wise to consider AVI as a potential employer because of its ability to elevate employee engagement, which correlates to a higher likelihood of finding your professional home with AVI. Less job-jumping means you are hitting the professional restart button fewer times and able to spend more time honing your skills and elevating your craft. More important than skill development, perhaps, is the opportunity to be happy with where you work and what you do. Don’t hesitate to pursue an AVI job position because it may very well turn out to be one of the best endeavors of your life.
AVI knows that when you make employees feel appreciated at work and proud of their contribution, you increase the likelihood of their professional happiness and a healthy work culture.
Author: Evelyn Lindell