At White Oak, everyone is encouraged to share ideas and opinions. These inputs go a long way in helping us achieve optimum results. With meritocracy, we hope to foster higher engagement within teams and nurture leadership traits that are so critical to teams and the company over the long-term.
We pledge to not discriminate against employees based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetic information, because we believe that society consists of members with disabilities, with differences in color, gender and age and that these characteristics have zero bearing on one’s ability to perform a job. So, we consider it our responsibility to give everyone an equal chance at work with fair treatment during the hiring process, objective evaluation and equal compensation. Simply put, our pre- and post-recruitment process is based solely on performance, merit, competence, and potential.
The pandemic has transformed the way we work, and for many companies, a hybrid future is imminent. Strategic flexibility entails a well-defined mix of on-site and work from home, meetings on specific days of the week or by specific teams. Among others, this benefits new parents, members with disabilities, those residing in far-flung areas and others grappling with unique problems that come in the way of work. We aim to build a work culture that ultimately allows for better collaboration and makes for an enriching work life balance.
We at White Oak believe that knowledge is the stepping-stone for growth. Therefore, we value and foster a culture of lifelong learning that focuses on conceptual knowledge. An inquisitive nature willingness to learn and an innovative mindset, are the desirable qualities we look for in a recruit. We believe that with a learning mindset our team members can cultivate a well-rounded personality at work and in life in general.