PACE Program

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Our unique PACE program is a comprehensive set of seven systems revolving around our vision, mission, core values and core competencies designed to recruit the best team members; develop, retain and reward your successes; and support our overall strategic growth.



We have a formal process tied to our vision, mission and values to help identify top quality talent.


Orientation and Assimilation

Our team employs an integrated method to help you adapt to the firm and your new role from the time you accept through your first year.


Learning Culture

Everyone at Ericksen Krentel, from our managing partner to our newest staff member, is committed to gaining new skills, exploring new behaviors and better understanding issues facing the firm and our clients. Our leadership gives you the resources to continue your professional development at every turn.



You are assigned a mentor to help identify a path that matches your skill set and provides you the resources and opportunity to succeed.


Growth Strategies

We track and measure structured, personal and interpersonal growth strategies to solidify your future.


Performance Management

PACE uses a continuous cycle of planning, executing and reviewing performance to help you grow – professionally and personally.


Compensation, Rewards and Incentives

We have a unique personal compensation system to reward and retain you while achieving strategic goals.


Ericksen Krentel does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran’s status, political affiliation, disability, sexual orientation or any other non-merit factor in matters relating to employment.

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