The Better Business Bureau is an agency that takes an active part in providing consumers with the type of information they can trust. Not only does this company provide companies that have ethical practices with their honored seal of approval, but they also give out a yearly award. The BBB Torch Award is given to one company each year that shows it has gone above and beyond to create a good work environment while also giving back to the community. The BBB deemed Aloha Construction to be just such a company when in 2017 it presented them with its esteemed Torch Award.
The BBB uses a set of basic guidelines to determine who wins their Torch Award. These guidelines revolve primarily around ethical practices shown with the company itself. As a family owned and operated company, the leadership team at Aloha Construction understands the importance of communicating ethical practices to others through their own actions. The fact that this company was chosen to receive the BBB Torch Award means they have consistently exhibited ethical practices with their employees, customers and business partners.
Another important aspect in ethical practices is the ability a company has to present a unified front on its mission. This goes along with demonstrating a commitment to future endeavors that will help the company grow in a productive manner. Part of ethical growth and development is in the type of practices shown by a company’s human resource department, which the leaders at Aloha Construction fully support in its endeavors to move forward in a manner that provides growth opportunities for employees, while also showing a commitment to the community.
As a company based out of Lake Zurich, Illinois, Aloha Construction has helped many children in the state of Illinois through their generous donations. In fact, the company’s founder Dave Farbaky, set up a foundation specifically for the purpose of providing donations to charitable organizations. This company’s commitment to community involvement is seen in how they made it possible for a 12-year old boy with congenital heart failure to attend a Chicago Bulls game with 11 of his best friends.