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CFCU ranks among best employers

Chetco Federal Credit Union (CFCU) has again been named one of the 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon by Oregon Business magazine.

CFCU placed 19 (out of 34) among medium-size businesses with 50-250 employees.  In 2008 CFCU placed 33 out of 50 in the small businesses with less than 250 employees category.

In 2009, the 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon business list recognizes 33 large, 34 medium and 33 small Oregon companies for excellence in benefits and compensation, work environment, decision-making and trust, performance management and career development and learning.

A record-breaking 372 organizations participated in this year’s survey with 30,000 employees participating. 

“It is an honor to be listed in the 100 Best Companies to work for in Oregon,” said Stanley J. Baron, president and chief executive officer of the credit union.  “CFCU believes in delivering world-class service to our members and we are only able to do that because of our excellent employees.  They continually demonstrate their dedication and passion – and their votes confirm that CFCU is a great place to be.” 

CFCU is a community chartered credit union, dedicated to serving members in the communities of Coos and Curry counties in Oregon and Del Norte County, Calif.  CFCU has provided 51 years of service to more than 30,000 members; with eight primary branch locations as well as 12 youth branches in area schools and $356 million in assets.

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