Navigant uses hiring to build, grow and sustain credit union culture

BREAKFAST BUNCH: Navigant employees enjoy the annual President’s Anniversary Breakfast, in which new hires celebrate their first anniversary during breakfast with Navigant President Gary E. Furtado. From left, back row: Hillary Collings, electronic service operations manager; Jeff Lemos, vice president of human resources; and Kady Rogler, marketing specialist. Foreground: Randy Sacilotto, left, vice president of community development; and Chris Sabbagh, assistant vice president of sales and service. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
BREAKFAST BUNCH: Navigant employees enjoy the annual President’s Anniversary Breakfast, in which new hires celebrate their first anniversary during breakfast with Navigant President Gary E. Furtado. From left, back row: Hillary Collings, electronic service operations manager; Jeff Lemos, vice president of human resources; and Kady Rogler, marketing specialist. Foreground: Randy Sacilotto, left, vice president of community development; and Chris Sabbagh, assistant vice president of sales and service. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 1. LARGE COMPANIES | Navigant Credit Union Employees in R.I.: 303 President and CEO Gary E. Furtado Smithfield-based Navigant Credit Union leaders know that, for the most part, all credit unions offer similar products and services. It can be difficult to differentiate in the marketplace that way. So Navigant is…

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