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Pioneer Named One of Idaho's Top Ten Places to Work

Posted on March 21, 2013

Pioneer Federal Credit Union has been named by the Idaho Business Review as one of Idaho’s Top Ten places to work. Through a rigorous process of confidential and anonymous surveys, companies are judged on a variety of topics, including compensation and benefits, work environment, company management, employee growth and development, and work-life balance. Pioneer, as one of the top-scoring workplaces in the “Large Companies” (over 100 employees) category, joins the ranks of T-Mobile, TitleOne Corporation, and others in providing an outstanding working environment to its employees. Following the announcement, CEO Curt Perry thanked Pioneer’s staff and Board and noted that “the satisfaction truly isn’t in [Pioneer] being recognized; the satisfaction is in creating a workplace that people want to be a part of.” 

Established in 1954, Pioneer Federal Credit Union – in partnership with its members – maintains a strong financial position while providing a full range of high quality financial services that create and support members’ styles of living. Pioneer serves Idaho through twelve branches in various Idaho regions, including the Treasure Valley, Magic Valley, Wood River Valley and Mountain Home. Most persons who live, worship, work in, or attend school in Southwestern and Southcentral Idaho can join.

The Idaho Business Review has partnered with Populus, a marketing and research firm, for six years to identify its top ten lists. Along with the other winners, Pioneer will be profiled in a special April 19th  section of the Idaho Business Review, as well as receive recognition at a banquet held at Boise’s Linen Building on April 18th

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Scott Goodman
I believe the main reason why Pioneer Federal is so successful is due to the fact that not only is Pioneer good to its employees- it is also good to its members. This makes for a great environment for all of us to help incorporate into a better, more positive way of Life. Thank You Pioneer Federal!
3/25/2013 8:25:22 PM

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