J‑U‑B has once again joined the ranks of Idaho’s top 100 privately held companies for 2021—our 10th year on this annual list.
On October 27, Lisa Bachman (Treasure Valley Area Manager) represented the company at a virtual celebration held
to reveal and recognize the recipients. The list of companies was also published in a special section of the Idaho Statesman on October 31. Both the virtual presentation and publication can be found at Idaho Private 100.
Each year, executives at the top firms are asked to share some thoughtful responses to several questions. Not surprisingly, one of this year’s questions centered around the ongoing pandemic.
How has your company culture changed due to the impact and changes surrounding the pandemic? What are you doing to guide the culture of the company?
To which Tim Haener responded:
“J‑U‑B’s purpose is “Helping each other create better communities.” The pandemic hasn’t changed our culture, instead, it’s confirmed and reinforced it. Throughout COVID, our Team has focused on ‘helping each other’ and our clients…through caring interactions, service, collaboration, teamwork, win‑win solutions, and comradery. We’ve all gone through a lot and, at J‑U‑B, we’ve become a closer network of friends and associates – leaning on one another to overcome any challenge. J‑U‑B’s culture has enabled this.”