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Built, Not Bought

Have you ever heard the old cliché money can’t buy happiness? Well, money can’t buy company culture either. A company’s culture grows organically, from the foundation you lay at the outset. If you start by carefully cultivating the kind of culture that motivates and inspires you, your company will begin to naturally flourish in the direction you want it to go. It will, of course, require frequent and deliberate pruning, but the rewards and fresh growth are well worth it.

At ComLink we are built on a solid foundation pointed in a deliberate and thoughtful direction. We select new talent carefully who match our corporate character and values. Excitement is contagious and every person we bring into the family is equally as excited and committed to the cause. With a 60% female gender composition and approximately 75% females in senior roles, ComLink is proud to be a leader in gender equality. As Andrew Mason, Founder of Groupon put it, “Hire great people and give them the freedom to be awesome!”

Culture is the lifeblood of ComLink and is worth infinitely more than mere dollars!

We are built from genuine values, traditions and beliefs which instill a ‘sense of purpose’ in our employees and naturally propels culture forward.

We equip employees to create, innovate and problem solve while trusting and empowering them with creative freedom to blossom in the field they are planted in.

We are a team of empathetic people, who look out for each other and our clients. We have fun, smile and laugh daily. Through these connections we build a sense of priceless camaraderie.

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