Tech Talk with Absen: What’s Lit About Working at Absen LED

 

Whether you are an LED expert or just learning what LED stands for, a Central Florida LED company is lighting up the hiring scene because of their employee focused approach and welcoming workplace environment. Absen, an Orlando based LED company offers new career opportunities, impressive benefits, and a workplace culture that embraces diversity and inclusivity. On this episode of Tech Talk with Absen, Michaela Axsom, HR & Admin Supervisor at Absen, explains why Absen is an incredible place to work.

Absen’s company culture in one word? “Dynamic,” Axsom said.

Departments intermingle and assist each other, while feeling like a holistic team working together. More than just teamwork, Absen values diversity.

“The cool thing about diversity is that it gets to bring everyone together,” Axsom said. With work picnics, parties, and friendly competitions, Absen unites a diverse team of employees from different backgrounds and departments, to deliver an exceptional product and service.

“The job market right now is in favor of the employee,” Axsom said, which facilitates Absen’s hiring process.

Using skill and character tests, Absen is sure to onboard employees where their strengths and personalities will shine.

“We really try to, you know, make sure that it’s good for the employee and the employer,” said.

Absen’s personal touch emanates throughout the company, from personalized birthday gifts to flexible work schedules. The companies dynamic approach to the workplace is what attracted Axsom as a recent grad, and what keeps her there today.

For the latest news, videos, and podcasts in the Pro AV Industry, be sure to subscribe to our industry publication. A new episode of the Pro AV Show drops every Thursday.

Follow us on social media for the latest updates in B2B!

Twitter – @ProAVMKSL
Facebook – facebook.com/marketscale
LinkedIn – linkedin.com/company/marketscale

Follow us on social media for the latest updates in B2B!

Image

Latest

Cyber Resilience: To Protect Corporate Assets, Businesses Must Invest in Cybersecurity Training
April 23, 2024

As cyberattacks occur at increasing frequency, cybersecurity has become a cornerstone of corporate security strategies across all sectors. With businesses increasingly reliant on digital infrastructures, the quality of a company’s cybersecurity training is no longer just an operational requirement — it is a strategic asset. The stakes are high, as a breach can lead […]

Read More
Forming Relationships with Industry Insiders Can Quell Sales Cycles and their Length of Time
April 23, 2024

New companies are facing more and more challenges in the security industry as sales cycles are experiencing lengthier times. One of those reasons is due to the complexity of the security industry itself, along with the unique and special business models every new company will come in with. But there is a solution to […]

Read More
Cyber-first approach
From Bollards to Bytes: Why Security Firms Need to Adopt a Cyber-First Approach
April 23, 2024

How can the security industry effectively navigate the shift from traditional physical security measures to adopting a cyber-first approach in its sales and integration strategies? The transition from physical to digital security solutions was a major theme at the International Security Conference & Exposition West 2024 held earlier this month. On a recent episode of […]

Read More
Security Operations Improvements Will Come Via Worker Empowerment
April 23, 2024

The security industry can harness technological tools to optimize workflows and to help further enhance operational efficiency. Much of that can come via retooling, and educating, the labor force to enhance operations within security and control centers.  In an episode of MarketScale’s premier roundtable discussion show, Experts Talk, previewing major trends for ISC West […]

Read More