Transparency is often claimed as a company core value, but what does it actually mean?

Transparency means that everyone has defined roles and needs to be accountable for them, as well as be expected to fill in when others are out or cannot perform their jobs. We try to remove any hidden agendas and justify everything we do.

Transparency does not mean that you have to share every reason for making a decision with all of your employees, but if you make a consistent effort to include them wherever possible within the framework of goals and expectations for the business, you will have a positive team of employees that feel as though they play important roles for the company. The more important that employee feels, the better they feel about themselves. This works positively toward company culture improvement.

-Eric Priceman, Victory

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Eric Priceman

Eric Priceman is president of Victory. In his three decades in the awards and engraving industry, he has traveled extensively, both domestically and internationally, visiting customers and suppliers. He is happy to share his unique perspectives of the industry, both past and present. Please feel free to contact Eric by email at or by phone at 773-637-7777 ext. 228.

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