Where Integrity's Considered a Competitive Advantage

December 2005
Metal Center News;Dec2005, Vol. 45 Issue 13, p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Bill Jones, president of O'Neal Steel Inc. and recipient of the 2005 Executive of the Year Award. Jones believe that, regardless of whether a company is large or small, public or private, integrity must be the foundation. O'Neal Steel is the largest family-owned service center based in the United States . Jones has complete trust in his colleagues and can delegate to their strengths without reservation. The company supports its employees' efforts both on and off the job and therefore is able to retain top talents of the company.


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