“Our vision for Credence is based on three values: Trust, Partnership, and Success. These three tenets are the basis for our business model, how we engage our customers and employees, and how we approach our teaming relationships.
Credence was started with the vision of creating a diverse organization that would attract the best talent in the industry and treat each team member as a trusted partner in the organization. This is achieved through our culture of openness and trust that encourages each team member to innovate and take their own initiative. We expect our team members to support our customers with these principles, and Credence’s leadership supports its employees in the same way.”
"We believe that each of our team members has unlimited potential, and our aim is to create a workplace where our people look forward to coming to work every day and contributing to the mission. We practice servant leadership, which is embodied in our motto: One measure of success. Yours. We believe that by focusing on the success of our clients, team members, and partners, we all achieve greater success."
“I am grateful to have a career dedicated to international development and humanitarian assistance work, and joining Credence has allowed me to put the resources of a mission-driven large company behind the work I feel so strongly about. The leadership at Credence are committed to providing exceptional service to their people and our clients and it shows in everything we do.”
“Everyone at Credence is encouraged to broaden our skills and embrace new opportunities, and as a result, I’ve been able to learn from my colleagues and grow into an entirely new and exciting role. We have an excellent environment for someone who is driven and excited to learn! I also feel that I’m part of a family; I find great comfort in knowing that I’ll always be well taken care of and supported at Credence.”
“I have been on the Credence accounting and finance team since 2014. Every day is a learning experience, and employees are empowered to learn, grow, and achieve their career goals through cross-training and teamwork.”
“One of the company’s greatest strengths is its strong, supportive culture. They promote trust, reward employees’ efforts, and ensure all employees know their work is meaningful..”
"Credence is exceptional in many ways, but I've been most impressed with the focus on ensuring employees in the field receive quick decisions, regular guidance, and ongoing support. Credence's decision-making agility, and the expectation that employees take ownership and move initiatives forward, means our client-serving teams can execute rapidly and perform exceptionally.
“I have had the remarkable opportunity to grow in my role as Credence has grown as a company. With incredibly supportive leadership and a culture that encourages professional development, my team and I were ready as hiring surged and annual revenues doubled and then quadrupled over a few short years.”
“The culture I have experienced working for other companies pales in comparison to my experience with Credence. I have been empowered to do the right thing by our employees and our clients alike. Credence leadership also ensures I have the knowledge necessary to efficiently and effectively execute my contract. I wouldn’t complain if this were the last company I ever worked for.”
"My favorite thing about working at Credence is the incredible opportunity the company has given me for growth and advancement. They’ve seen my potential and encouraged me to develop it by trusting me with increasing responsibility and letting me really take on and own tasks and projects."
“Company culture and mission are important to me. I came to Credence because we follow a philosophy of Servant Leadership. Our leaders trust their teams and care about their employees. They are respectful and instill accountability in each team member. We proudly work to exceed the expectation of our clients, employees, teaming partners, and the community.”
“Credence leadership encourages employees to enhance and build up their professional skills and take on new challenges. This has allowed me me to work in many different areas, gain expertise, and never feel pigeon-holed.”