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Fortune and Great Place to Work® have ranked New American Funding one of the best workplaces in the nation for Millennials. The Southern California-based lender ranked #46 on the 3rd annual list of 100 companies, which included a broad spectrum of industries ranging from technology to healthcare, and banking.

To see the 2017 Best Millennial Workplaces, please visit: https://www.greatplacetowork.com/best-workplaces/millennials/2017

The global research and consulting firm, Great Place to Work®, complied the list by gathering feedback from more than 398,000 employees from Great Place to Work-Certified™ companies. The firm anonymously surveyed employees who assessed their organizations based on fairness, teamwork, benefits and other elements essential to an outstanding work culture.

“We’re excited that Millennials love working at New American Funding. We strive to maintain a fun, friendly environment that our employees look forward to coming to each day,” said Katie Traviglia, HR Director. “We make it our job to put them first. Whether we’re developing fun Friday events, spirit week activities, or team-building exercises, we’re constantly thinking of ways to make our company the best employee workplace!”

New American Funding has created a culture where Millennials can succeed by designing opportunities for younger employees to move ahead through an initiative known as, “If you want to grow, we want to know”. The mortgage lender is also building a state-of-the-art training lab to support employee professional development. Due to this progressive environment, the company has attracted a diverse, inclusive workforce that has rapidly expanded into nearly 2400 employees, among which 34% are Millennials.

Consequently, New American Funding has recently received several notable accolades for its exceptional work environment including:


Read more at https://www.newamericanfunding.com/about/newsroom/fortune-and-great-place-to-work-name-new-american-funding-a-best-workplace-for-millennials/#d84QIoOLXlTQ6PQ9.99

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