Compassion in Business
When you go to your job day in and day out it can begin to seem mundane. Things might change from time to time with workload or individual situations, but overall, it can seem the same. Showing compassion to others can be difficult in the daily grind.
However, avoiding that sense is very important in our industry. When we begin a “restoration project” we’re actually rebuilding a person’s home. Compassion is a necessary part of the job because so much is at stake for every homeowner.
How Delta Started
Delta began when Tyler and Bruce Milyard saw the damage caused by the Boulder and Estes Park floods a few years back. They had homes they were constructing near that area, and felt helpless to aid affected communities. They started wondering who would put communities like that back together after a natural disaster. Their curiosity eventually led them to Delta. After a lot of research and a few heart to heart talks, the Milyards decided to join the franchise.
Home to the Milyards and many other families who work for Delta, our company has now been in Grand Junction for more than three and a half years. Whether it’s a big job or a small job you need to feel like you can trust the people who will be doing the work that you’ve agreed for them to do. And you need to feel confident that they are able to handle that work with the highest level of expertise available.
In whatever area of life you look, you want a company that began from a place of compassion. It guarantees that you’ll always have the highest integrity, skill, and dedication in the people you hire.
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