There are two types of company.
One starts with values and sees revenue as a sort of by-product of carefully applying values in the things they do every day, whether somebody is watching or not.
One starts with revenue and sees values as an ideal that will be possible to transform into action only after reaching a certain level of revenue/success.
There is nothing inherently good or bad in one or the other, but they represent two profoundly different ways of doing things.
As a founder, you need to know what type of company you want to build and what type of people you want to work with.
As a jobseeker, you need to know in which type of company you perform better and you feel better.
Go about it intentionally. There is nothing worst than finding yourself in the wrong group.