Grow Financial Credit UnionGrowing financial credit cooperative
Growing financial credit cooperative
The Grow Financial Federal Credit Union has been open since 1955. It is the fifth-biggest credit cooperative in Florida with total wealth of $2.5 billion and bank advisory and service to more than 197,000 members. It is not allowed to have office times for members. To enquire, call (813) 837-1496. 9987 Delaney Lake Drive by phoning (813) 837-1496, or by contacting the credit union through one of these means: - All rights reserved.
Employer Reviews for Grow Financial
Nice working environmen. Real caring for members; not compelled by realistic objectives. The majority of the guys who work at Grow are great and so kind. Well, I think it really does depend on which division you work in. A number of divisions have excellent managers and members of the group. Unfortunately, you usually need a poor eye (marketing manager) to turn a great working atmosphere into a poisonous one.
Poisonous as in - deliberately creating a gap between their own departments, play favouritism, not coming to gatherings and making impolite comment. It' s always been very annoying to have the enthusiasm for your work and try to use your knowledge for the good of the business to find out that management doesn't believe in their own people.
Heading the sales force kept the whole division back because he had no financial background. It is true that Grow Financial shows the "team" atmosphere across all divisions (see disadvantages for the one exception). The Grow Financial members of the Grow Financial teams take good charge of the local authorities they are serving, the credit cooperative is big on sponsorship and the Tampa Bay region.
Benefit is pretty big - they give you 2% in your ý401k and peer to 6%, so you have the potential of getting 8% from the credit union. Healthcare cost is mediocre. We are not aware of the important topics concerning the individual divisions and the relations between the divisions.
A" Bath Egg" (marketing) division concerns the entire credit cooperative. It is a division that could use radical changes in managment. Take a closer look at the sales team to find out what the problem might be. They will stumble on the lack of willingness and ability of this division to work with other divisions, and just as importantly, to work together.
Do to others as you would like to be done and how you would do to those you hold dear.