You don’t have to give testimonials for a commercial or be the CEO to represent the organization you work for. According to Samantha Lenger, a product manager at FreeWheel, the most obvious way you represent the company is when you wear branded merchandise outside of work.  

Even if you don’t have a uniform or company “swag”, you can still communicate the organization’s values and culture. When you chat with your friends or your neighbors about work, you are representing the organization. While most people aren’t intentionally trying to recruit new employees, communicating these values leaves an impression on students and other job seekers.  

Here at Merito Group, we have three main values. We build relationships with clients and candidates based on trust, collaboration, and mutual respect. These values drive our success and help us exceed expectations.  

How do you represent these values in the workplace or outside of it?