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Mission and values at Alder

How important are the company mission and values at Alder? Does working at Alder feel inclusive and respectful? Would employees recommend working at Alder?
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Mission and values at Alder

What do employees think about the company mission and values at Alder? Explore insights about COVID-19, workplace happiness and CEO approval.

Mission approval

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How well is the organizational mission followed?
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Company priorities

What are the company priorities?
Shareholder value36%
Employee happiness18%
Customer happiness27%
Giving back to the community18%
From 11 Indeed user responses

CEO Approval

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Do you approve of the CEO?
Not enough data0%

COVID-19 approval

Do you approve of the leadership response to COVID-19?
From 29 Indeed user responses

Company community at Alder

What do employees think about belonging and inclusion at Alder? Explore charitable giving, personal appreciation and respect for all employees.


I can trust people in my company
Strongly disagree41%
Strongly agree22%
From 27 Indeed user responses


My work environment feels inclusive and respectful of all people
Strongly disagree27%
Strongly agree23%
From 26 Indeed user responses


There are people at work who appreciate me as a person
Strongly disagree26%
Strongly agree22%
From 27 Indeed user responses

Charitable giving

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Which charitable programs can employees take part in?
Not enough data0%

Mission importance and relevance at Alder

Is the work at Alder guided by the company mission? Discover insights about purpose, employee contributions and recommendations.


My work has a clear sense of purpose
Strongly disagree35%
Strongly agree23%
From 26 Indeed user responses


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Is this a mission-driven organization?
Not enough data0%

Mission contribution

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Does your role contribute to the company mission?
Not enough data0%

Friend recommend

Would you recommend working here to a friend?
From 83 Indeed user responses

Moving on from Alder

Why do people leave Alder? Read about employee happiness, reasons for leaving and whether people would recommend working here.


I feel a sense of belonging in my company
Strongly disagree62%
Strongly agree23%
From 26 Indeed user responses

Work happiness

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I feel happy at work most of the time
Not enough data0%

Job satisfaction

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Overall, I am completely satisfied with my job
Not enough data0%

Reason to leave

Why would you leave?
Lack of career advancement39%
Low salary or benefits45%
Poor management58%
Working hours15%
Had to relocate24%
It was a temporary job18%
Something else21%
I don't intend to leave6%
From 33 Indeed user responses

Q&A about mission and values at Alder

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  • Professional developmentExplore skills and training, pay raises and promotions and management and culture.
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  • COVID-19 responseExplore leadership during COVID-19, working conditions and WFH support.

Indeed resources

Handy articles about company mission and values to help guide your decisions.

  • Company Vision Statement vs. Mission Statement (With Examples)A company’s vision and mission statements define what the company does and what their future goals are. You can use a company’s vision and mission statements while looking for a job to determine whether the company is a good fit for you and your personal goals and values. In this article, you will learn what a vision and mission statement are and why a company’s vision and mission statement are important.
  • How to Prepare for Company Culture Interview QuestionsIt is important for many employers to hire individuals that align with their company’s values and ways of working. Doing so helps to preserve their organization’s culture. Preparing for interview questions about culture will help you communicate your ability to add value to their company. Your answers will help the interviewer understand your personality, work style, core values and attitudes to determine if you will be happy working there and contribute to the company’s success.
  • Interview Question: "What Can You Bring to The Company?"When preparing for an interview, it’s important to consider your responses to questions that hiring managers may ask. One of the most popular questions is, “What can you bring to the company?” You might hear this question in other forms, such as, “How would you bring value to the position?” or, “Why should I hire you rather than another candidate?” In this article, we will describe why potential employers ask this question and provide tips for a successful answer.
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  • Guide: Business CultureThe culture of a business develops over time as management and employees determine the values of their company. Many companies aim to have a culture that attracts the most qualified candidates, while prospective employees may look for a workplace that supports their personal values. Each company's business culture is unique to its attitudes and actions.
  • How to Use the Work Happiness Score on Indeed Company PagesWhen searching for a job, there are many factors that go into deciding on which opportunities you’ll apply and interview for, and eventually accept. One of the more important things to consider is the company itself. You might ask yourself questions such as:
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