SAFE Credit Union was named a Best Place to Work in the Greater Sacramento territory by the Sacramento Business Journal for the second year straight.
SAFE got the honor at a lunch get-together praising the best work environments in California's capital locale. SAFE was respected for being a Best Very Large Place To Work in Sacramento. The honor depends on outcomes from studies sent for the Sacramento Business Journal to workers at little to huge organizations in the district.
"We are amazingly regarded for this acknowledgment from the Sacramento Business Journal, and from our representatives," said SAFE Credit Union President and CEO Dave Roughton. "It's actual, to have glad individuals, you need to have cheerful representatives. Here at SAFE we do that by giving development openings, cooperation, and supporting work-life balance so our representatives – and our 235,000 individuals - can appreciate life."
SAFE Credit Union has around 700 representatives who work in 20 branches, a neighborhood call focus, and in corporate central command in Folsom.
"We are eager to the point that SAFE Credit Union is again a Best Place to Work in the Sacramento zone," said SAFE Vice President of Employee Services Jenny Santos. "We unquestionably stand apart from different bosses from multiple points of view. We're an enormous philanthropic with participation open to anybody living and working in the Greater Sacramento territory. We have an assorted worker blend. Our workers run the range from administration delegates, IT security, specialized trend-setters, and monetary specialists. What's especially exceptional about this honor is it depends on our workers' reactions, not somebody from the external glancing in. It demonstrates that our workers like the strong culture here at SAFE."
SAFE representatives refered to different reasons why they think the credit association is the best work environment. Among those were having a place with a culture based on giving the credit patrons' remarkable help, liberal advantages that incorporate no-cost medical coverage for representatives, Babies in the Workplace program that permits unseasoned parents to carry their newborn children to work, and open doors for professional success.