Bridgewell is willing to take responsibilities; to take the responsibilities, we must improve our self-values. In fact, there is a virtuous cycle: enhancement of self-values may help us better fulfill our responsibilities, and taking responsibilities, in turn, helps enhance self-values. That is to say, taking responsibilities will result in improvement of self-values; the improvement will also help us to better fulfill our responsibilities. We develop our potentials and confirm our existence through carrying our responsibilities. Our values are thus enhanced. As self-value is one of the most important assets in our life, we believe that responsibility lies in the core of everything because we can gain freedom, courage, and higher self-values through taking responsibilities.
We take responsibilities to improve our own values; we also help others carry out responsibilities to enhance others’ self-values. That defines our colleagues’ relationships. The foundation of Bridgewell’s internal management is fulfilling responsibilities. On this foundation, Bridgewell also upholds basic human rights, including freedom of speech, rights of honesty, and rights of reasonable work hours. We emphasize the rights of Bridgewell’s colleagues and adopt people-oriented management because we hope to develop our colleagues’ self-esteem through our respects to every individual, thus enhancing the self-values of Bridgewell’s colleagues.