The work we do every day is not just business — it’s our life’s work. We began with simple business principles that remain our core foundation today. Cultivate an environment based on our values of respect, integrity, courage, honesty, excellence, and service. We believe in investing in people, and creating “raving fans” of our clients, colleagues, and community.
When one strategy doesn’t work, we look for new, creative ways to achieve our goals. With Eco Grit, we continually drive for results.
We work with some of the best companies in the world. We care deeply about our level of service, our dedication to our work, and our commitment to each other.
We set ambitious goals. We want to equip you with the resources, support, and tools you need to achieve results, and meet the goals for your account.
We ask lots of questions. We want to learn what works, what doesn’t work, and what we can do to constantly improve.
We want every single one of our customers to be a “raving fan” of Ecosystems.
Our values, RICHES, are Respect, Integrity, Courage, Honesty, Excellence, and Service. We’re looking for candidates who believe in these values, too.
We believe in a healthy work-life balance. With unlimited vacation, you have the freedom to determine how you achieve your performance goals. We operate with high standards while being highly supportive. Learn more about our culture in this downloadable PDF.
What does it mean to be “Responsible” at Eco?
A responsible person at Eco does not need external motivation as they are self-motivated. They don’t need to be reminded about wins and performance goals as they are self-disciplined and deliver on their commitments. They don’t wait to be told, they automatically do. They sweat the details. They never say, “that’s not my job.” They are worthy of freedom.
What does it mean to have “Freedom” at Eco?
You have the freedom to determine how you achieve your performance goals. We trust your gut. We feel that when excessive rules come in, strong personal judgment leaves. You have unlimited vacation. Unlike most companies, Eco does not publish a manual full of elaborate employee policies. We simply ask that all employees “Act in Eco’s best interests.” While we thrive on this freedom, we realize that freedom is not free. It is earned by consistent high performance.
Our values and principles are the basis for how we operate.