Logix Federal Credit Union provides a shining example of how a cultural commitment to employee training and career development delivers stunning results: improved morale, employee retention, and promotional advancements. In a time where businesses both large and small struggle to retain and attract needed talent, Logix has found that investing in their own employees delivers bottom-line results. Though training programs cost time and money, Logix has tapped into a wealth of financial support through state-subsidized training pathways, available through resources right here in the Santa Clarita Valley.
SCVEDC’s own business assistance efforts have been a critical component of facilitating workforce development for local employers, connecting them to such resources and funding delivered through the College of the Canyons Employee Training Institute. In the first of our workforce development case studies, we showcase Logix Federal Credit Union and how they are actively reinvesting in their employees while being reimbursed through the state of California’s Employee Training Panel funding.
Logix Federal Credit Union’s impressive 87-year history and explosive growth leading to over 210,000 members, over $9 billion in assets, and its status as Los Angeles County’s largest credit union did not happen by chance. Logix’s success is partly rooted in how it approaches one of its foundational cultural tenets aimed at Logixians (its team members) growth and development, inclusive of internal mobility opportunities. Christina Flores, Logix’s Chief Human Resources Officer, SVP, said it best, “Our people feel invested in and cared for. We want to provide meaningful work and opportunities for growth (economically as well).”
The executive leadership team itself represents Logix’s commitment in action to investment in and promotion of its people; Chief Executive Officer, Ana Fonseca, started her career there as an Accounting Representative; Chief Administrative Officer, EVP, Kevin Rishko, began his career there as a Financial Services Officer; Chief Legal Officer, EVP, Nick Mitchell, started his career there as a Training Coordinator; and SVP Real Estate & Consumer Lending & Business Intelligence Implementation, Mike Ishkhanian, launched his career there as a Branch Teller.
For more information about ETP and other workforce development resources, email Jey Wagner, Ed.D., at email@example.com.
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