By Jeremy Kroll, CEO and Co-Founder, K2 Integrity
With Thanksgiving just a couple days away here in the States, I cannot help but reflect and be thankful for the tremendous efforts of our team this year, both in the work we did and our ability to broaden and deeper our community.
From Skype yoga, to Zoom happy hours and scavenger hunts, to Teams trivia and coffee breaks, to socially distanced meetups, to “mental” well-being group therapy and parenting sessions, we found unique ways to stay in touch even when we physically could not be together. We know our business is only as strong as the team behind it—and we could not be prouder of those we call colleagues at K2 Integrity.
Following our merger in September 2019, our legacy organizations at K2 Intelligence and FIN recognized the need to not just merge our teams, but unify our identity. I have witnessed both teams collaborate, leading by example, share successes, take responsibility, and confront challenges. Our partnership could not have been more authentic and cohesive.
As we reflect on all that has happened in 2020, this year surely brought us more tests and challenges than we could have anticipated – but I am beyond proud of our team, landing on their feet and acting with integrity every step of the way.
Operating with integrity is not just a commitment we make to our clients; it is one we make to one another each day at K2 Integrity. Together, we are committed to a work environment were all individuals are treated with respect and dignity – both at the office and the new remote model of working all of us have adapted to.
At K2 Integrity we are grateful for the diversity that exists within the organization, as well as the commitment to the employees who are thoughtful and respectful to everyone and stand strong against prejudice and hate.
As we look beyond our four walls, I look forward to sharing with you in the coming weeks our commitment to the communities we operate in. In the meantime, please do not hesitate to get in touch, and have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday to those who are celebrating.