Scientists have learned when geese fly in a V formation it adds at least 71% greater flying range than each bird flying on its own. When a goose falls out of formation, it suddenly feels the drag and resistances of trying to go it alone, and quickly gets back into formation - and takes advantage of the lifting power from the bird in front. When the head goose gets tired, he rotates back into the wing and another goose takes point. When one goose is wounded or sick and falls from formation, two other geese will follow the goose down to lend help and protection.
At Rosser we strive for the kind of culture and leadership found in "The Goose Story". We share a common direction and sense of community. We can encourage each other and stand by each other. As an employee owned enterprise, we want all of our firm members to see themselves as proprietors of our business and responsible for the results.
In the end, our success is success for our clients - and promotes the growth of our client's business as well as our own.
Please review our current openings and see if your experience, skills, and knowledge fit with our needs and culture. If so, please take the time and contact us.