NuView employees express an unusual and unmistakable enthusiasm for life and vocation. It is our burning desire to help our clients succeed in their goals that sets us apart from our competitors. We tirelessly drive toward a better way of doing business that promotes self-direction and taking your future into your control.
Our passion exudes at staff meetings, client events, educational seminars, and the way we interact with every client and business relationship. We enjoy what we do, and we try not to make it a secret!
We pride ourselves on always doing the right thing, even when no one is looking and there is no personal reward. Everyone at NuView employs the same high moral standards, which instills confidence in the eyes of our clients.
As administrators on thousands of client retirement accounts, we have a tremendous responsibility to be as transparent as possible along every step of the way. Our clients enjoy a focus on their needs unmatched in the rest of the marketplace. We carry out client direction with absolute focus and attention to detail.
The first commitment we honor is to serve our God. However, in business that is not enough. We strive to continuously serve each other, our clients, and our community at large.
We demonstrate our commitment to impeccable service when we stay late and help our fellow employees complete client correspondence, even when it isn’t our job. We show it when we devote hundreds of community service hours to area food-banks and various other charities. And we further illustrate this value with our annual charity event, the Hero Games, which benefits the Wheelchair Foundation and has donated hundreds of wheelchairs to the organization over the years.
At NuView, we realize we must first earn and then maintain the trust of all who we come in contact with: clients, vendors, and each other. We never make commitments without following through, every time.
Our honesty keeps up accountable – if we mess up, we confess to it, make it right, and then change the process to eliminate that error in the future.