TNSC Culture: A Learning Culture (Part One of Three)

TNSC Culture: A Learning Culture (Part One of Three)

If you’ve read any of the blogs about The Network Support Company’s corporate culture, you know that our people are valued greatly. Our leaders genuinely care how everyone here is treated, that we’re given opportunities to grow as human beings, and that our office is an enjoyable place to spend at least eight hours every weekday.

Another pillar of our culture is the opportunity our employees have to become more knowledgeable in our industry; we operate within a true “Learning Culture.” And while that is true of many companies, TNSC is very intentional about allocating resources and energy to ensure it has taken root. Why? Not only because it is the right thing to do as a caring leadership team, but because our leaders believe that having the most expert and knowledgeable employees translates into a successful business.

The Network Support Company spends more than $100,000 a year on providing technical training and certifications for its technicians, because it’s imperative that they’re on top of the latest advances in the technology they are responsible to maintain, upgrade, repair and manage. It’s so important, in fact, that TNSC provides incentives for its techs to keep certifications current, as well as to seek out new ones that they can add to their resume and to their knowledge base. It might look like alphabet soup – but our techs have certifications in, for example, MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) or CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional).

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