Navy Federal Named To Fortune 100 Best Places to Work List

March 7, 2016

Navy Federal Credit Union has again been named to Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list in 2016. The credit union, serving the armed forces and their families, is ranked #44 on this elite list.

“Navy Federal is a great place to work. Our team members are terrific and everyone strives to make our work environment the best possible,” said Cutler Dawson, President/CEO of Navy Federal. “It’s simple – take good care of our employees and they take good care of our members.”

“With more than 4,700 team members located at our Pensacola campus, our talented workforce continues to reaffirm our reasons for growing to 10,000 employees in this area,” Debbie Calder, EVP, Greater Pensacola Operations, said.

In recognizing the credit union, FORTUNE noted 95 percent of Navy Federal employees said they felt proud to tell others where they worked. “At Navy Federal, the strength and resilience of our corporate culture positively influences the work we do each day and contributes to the ability of our employees to make differences in our members’ lives. That’s something of which we are all very proud,” Dawson said.

This is the sixth year the credit union has been recognized, having first earned a spot in 2008, and its fifth consecutive year. Navy Federal remains the only credit union to have ever appeared on the list.

Pictured: Navy Federal’s location on Nine Mile Road in Beulah. Submitted photos for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

Comments

2 Responses to “Navy Federal Named To Fortune 100 Best Places to Work List”

  1. Donna on March 8th, 2016 10:51 pm

    Great place to work!

  2. EMD on March 7th, 2016 7:33 am

    I have been a member of NFCU for at least 40 years. They are the best.





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