A Inside Look at the Funeral Profession’s Largest Answering Service
Originally Published on the ASD Blog
ASD is pleased to share our new recruitment video that highlights many of the reasons our employees find working here rewarding. Walking in to ASD’s Operations Center, it is obvious that our company is much more than a Call Center. We are truly a family. As this video explains, the strong rapport and enduring friendships between our employees is supported by ASD’s positive workplace culture. We are proud to offer our employees the opportunities to grow within our company and to help them achieve their goals.
As a family-owned company, we understand that reliable employees are not replaceable. Our team is comprised of experienced staff who have worked at ASD for an average of six years. Most of our videos and blog posts feature stories about ASD’s advanced technology and patented tools. However, we recognize that it is our employees first and foremost that allow ASD to excel. Their expertise and skills have helped us to grow and evolve into the company we are today.
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