It is clear that we are living in a time of prevailing change, in the midst of a powerful social movement much larger and representative than each one of us as individuals. The past few weeks have taught people across this nation and throughout the world, many lessons in the fight for equality and inclusion, sparking critical conversations and igniting vital actions.
At Eberl, we find ourselves compelled to meet the moment and stand in unwavering unity with those who support equality for ALL.
As an organization, we are proud to serve and represent a diverse population across the nation every day. Diversity is something to embrace and commend, and we recognize the ongoing work that lies ahead to create an increasingly diverse and inclusive environment and stronger company as a result.
We strive to uphold the highest moral standards regarding respect and empathy for others. The principles of Our Foundation clearly exhibit these essential beliefs. A few that particularly stand as we reflect on these circumstances are:
Building a culture of care, compassion, and respect – Ensuring that we cultivate a not only safe, but genuinely enjoyable environment where the uniqueness of every single person is valued and appreciated.
Recognizing and celebrating the value of everyone’s contributions – Ensuring that everyone has equal opportunity to succeed and when they do, their successes have true meaning.
Connecting everyone through open and meaningful communication – Ensuring that we act as agents for fair, honest, and open discourse where thoughts can be shared safely.
Our mission, “To be there when you need us,” speaks not only to our drive to help others within the industry we represent day-to-day but also externally, in a much broader collective context. We understand the importance of leading with purpose and strengthening support of a movement aimed towards creating a society free from all forms of discrimination and unequal treatment.
Our continued commitment to making a difference starts by acknowledging the pain felt by minority communities. We challenge ourselves to keep this conversation alive and to continue finding new ways of making meaningful progress in this journey towards a changed and better world.