Adler’s goal is to create an atmosphere where you are able to grow as a person.  You are valued not just for what you can do but who you are.  We want to see you successful in life.  It’s more than a good pay cheque.  We want to help you take care of the whole you, whether physically, emotionally, financially or socially.

As the famous coach John Wooden once said, “Never try to be better than someone else. Learn from others, and try to be the best you can be.  Success is the by-product of that preparation.”  It is about you having a purpose and passion for life that transcends the actual job or task that you do.

Adler Alumni Testimonials:

“Oh wow, there are so many things… The fact that Adler really cares about the health and well-being of their employees. The support and encouragement they try to blanket their team with. The classes and training they are willing to pay for and give at their own cost to help their employees better themselves in their professional lives, as well as their personal lives. The cool ‘swag’ we get to wear, that I know everyone is jealous of…just to name a few things.” – Lisa


“The people I work with make Adler a great place.” – Devin


“People matter. Everybody has a story. What makes our employees the way they are? How can we nuture and support them so they bring their strengths to work every day? This isn’t about cashing cheques and paying salaries, at Adler we want our employeees to be successful in all areas of their lives.” – Human Resources

“In my experience as a former employee and current ‘Adler wife’, I feel like there are people I can count on at Adler. Not just in a professional sense, but on a personal level. Adler events/training/meetings feel like family gatherings because so many Adler people (past and present) are our family.” – Nicole


“For the most part work feels easy with the close knit group of people I work with (not to mention my 17 loyal years here)” –AI Werns


“When I came to work at Adler I did so because the people are supportive, understanding, encouraging, and professional.” –Fireproofing Manager