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Three San Antonio CUs Make Top Workplace List
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 6:40 AM

Three San Antonio credit unions have been named as a Top Workplace in their community, according to a San Antonio Express-News/Workplace Dynamics survey. The credit unions are Generations FCU (GFCU), Randolph-Brooks FCU (RBFCU) and Security Service FCU (SSFCU).

The award, currently in its fifth year, honors companies in the greater San Antonio area.  Companies were divided into three categories (large, medium and small) based on the number of employees, and more than 27,000 local employees from 124 companies completed the survey.

Winners were chosen based on the results of confidential online surveys completed by the companies’ employees on a variety of attributes such as confidence in management, direction of the company, feeling valued and overall job satisfaction.

This is the fourth year in a row that GFCU has been named to the list, and ranked 20 among medium-size companies (150 to 499 employees). In the large category (500+employees), RBFCU was named second, and SSFCU was named fourth. 

“The senior leadership team at GFCU works very hard to create an environment that is fun, challenging and collaborative,” said Steve Schipull, president and CEO of Generations.  “Anyone can have a job, but we want our company to be a place where staff looks forward to coming in every day and making a difference in the lives of our members.”

This also isn’t the first time for RBFCU to make this list, and according to its president and CEO, Christopher O’Connor, the credit union is able to provide excellent service to its members by providing a positive environment for its employees.

“We’re committed to making RBFCU the best financial institution in Texas as well as making it a great place to build a career,” he says.

This is the fourth year in a row that SSFCU has made the list. In addition to offering a competitive benefits program and a comprehensive “CU Fit” wellness program, SSFCU is recognized for offering outstanding service and outreach to the Hispanic community, as well as for having a “Best in Class” indirect auto lending program, and a student-run branch at Clark High School.