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Firemen’s Federal named Top Workplace

Firemen’s Federal named Top Workplace

 

New Orleans Firemen’s Federal Credit Union is thrilled to announce its recognition as a Top Workplace by The Times-Picayune and The New Orleans Advocate.

 

This esteemed accolade highlights exceptional employers in the New Orleans area, determined through employee engagement surveys that assess workplace culture and performance.

 

“We are deeply humbled to be recognized once again as a top workplace in the New Orleans area,” said Judy DeLucca, CEO of Firemen’s Federal. “This honor is a testament to the incredible efforts of our team who support each other across all departments every single day. We are united by our mission to serve our members, and this recognition reflects our commitment to creating a positive and collaborative work environment.”

 

Firemen’s Federal has been recognized as a Top Workplace for the past four years. This recognition by The Times-Picayune and The New Orleans Advocate is a significant milestone in the journey of Firemen’s Federal, as it continues to prioritize the well-being of both its employees and its members.

 

New Orleans Firemen’s Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial institution serving over 29,000 members across Louisiana and Mississippi. It is the second oldest federally chartered credit union and a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). New Orleans Firemen’s Federal Credit Union proudly serves the underserved within its field of membership. It brings a full array of financial service products to communities that have been underbanked and excluded by mainstream financial institutions.

 

 

From L to R: Ron Jefferson (Business Development Officer), Jessica Bibbins (Metairie Branch Manager), Armand Parvazi (Chief Administrative & Development Officer)

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