Arkansas Federal Named 2021 'Best Places to Work'
For the sixth time, Arkansas Federal Credit Union has been named one of the best places to work in Arkansas by Arkansas Business. This statewide business journal annually recognizes the state’s top employers.
The award recognizes Arkansas businesses through their employees’ anonymous feedback and ratings for the outstanding performance in establishing workplaces where employees can thrive, enjoy their work and help their company succeed.
“We are honored to again be part of such a strong community of local companies that work to create best of the best workplace cultures,” said Heather Savage, Chief Human Resources Officer at Arkansas Federal. “Our credit union functions on the belief that our people are our best assets, so it’s incredibly validating to hear our employees consistently reporting that Arkansas Federal is a great place to work. Our continued success is built on an engaged workforce and each employee’s dedication and passion for providing the best financial products, services, and solutions, and top-notch member service.”
Companies across the state completed a two-part survey process to determine the “Best Places to Work.” Worth approximately 25% of the total evaluation, Arkansas Business first evaluated each company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems, and demographics. Second, and worth 75% of the total evaluation, employees submitted confidential surveys to measure their overall experience. The combined scores determine the top companies and final rankings.
Arkansas Business will recognize the top 50 companies at a special event on September 29, 2021. Learn more about the Best Places to Work Program and read the full list of honorees here.
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