our culture

living our
company credo

Cydcor has a distinctive corporate culture. That culture is built around actively living the Behaviors We Value. These values dictate everything we do, from our daily interactions with clients to volunteering with and supporting local charities. Living and breathing the Behaviors We Value credo is what separates us from our competition and consistently gets Cydcor ranked as one of the best places to work.

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Cydcor Kicks Off 2012

Cydcor team members jump-started 2012 with their annual Kick-Off Meeting! During the two-day event, team members from all departments gathered together to network, learn, and brainstorm.

The Importance of Confidence

During a USC class, we learned about a conference that was attended by 60 top business leaders. The leaders were asked to name their biggest fear. All 60 had the same answer, although not the same exact words. For each of them, their biggest fear is that people will find out that they are not so good.

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neighborhood leader program

At Cydcor, our corporate culture encourages our employees and sales representatives to give back to their communities. Our sales teams support numerous charities and events. Our Neighborhood Leader Program provides Cydcor’s network of independent sales offices resources to donate to their local communities through charity and volunteer work.

volunteer days

Being a good ambassador in your community takes time. That's why Cydcor provides an annual benefit that allows each employee to spend time volunteering for a nonprofit organization or cause they care about. What is important to our team members is important to Cydcor.

operation smile

In 2012 and 2014, Cydcor and its network of independently-owned sales offices funded two medical missions – one to Rio de Janeiro (2012) and the other to Mexico (2014) for Operation Smile, a children’s medical charity. Cydcor and the sales offices are constantly fundraising for the organization and plan to raise enough for more medical missions in coming years.