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Fortune and Great Place to Work® Name New American Funding a Best Workplace for Millennials for Two Consecutive Years

  • posted 6.27.2018
  • Taylir Paynter
  • Awards

For the second year in a row, New American Funding has been named one of the Best Workplaces for Millennials by Fortune and Great Place to Work®. The Southern-California based mortgage lender ranked #63 in the nation for 2018. The list was compiled of 100 companies, which included health care, hospitality, retail, and technology industries.

To see the complete list visit: https://www.greatplacetowork.com/best-workplaces/millennials/2018

The Best Workplaces for Millennials ranking is based on feedback from over 389,000 employees at Great Place to Work – certified Organizations. An Anonymous Trust Index© survey assessed Millennial employees’ experience of their managers’ competence, respect and fairness in the workplace, meaningful work and other elements essential for an outstanding workplace.

We’re honored Fortune and Great Place to Work® have recognized New American Funding as one of the Best Workplaces for Millennials,” said Rick Arvielo, New American Funding CEO. “The millennial generation makes up a significant segment of our workforce and our employees come first with us. Our focus every day is to build a company culture where employees feel established, valued, and supported in growing their careers. We truly care for our employees like our own family.”

New American Funding created a corporate training curriculum that’s designed to prepare people for a career in mortgage banking. Specialized Training Empowering People (STEP) was developed to equip people for working in every aspect of the industry and it’s designed to train people who have no background in the industry.

This ranking is the latest recognition the company has received for its exceptional work environment, which includes a Gold Stevie® for Company of the Year and being recognized as a Top Workplace in Orange County by the OC Register.

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