In this week’s Personnel File, banks and associations promote and hire to bolster their services and grow their teams.
In this week’s Community Good Works, banks and credit unions help students in need by donating school supplies, backpacks and meals across the state.
In this week’s Community Good Works, banks donate to nonprofits, arts centers and marathons in their communities.
In this week’s roundup, banks and architectures firms promote and hire more talent.
Align Credit Union, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and MountainOne are among the companies announcing changes to personnel in this week’s roundup.
A mix of banks and credit unions are featured in this week’s roundup of organizations giving back to their communities.
This week’s Personnel File is heavy with new hires and appointments, as seven financial institutions shore up their numbers. Several property and construction management firms also gained new employees.
bankHometown, Main Street Bank, Reading Cooperative Bank and more are featured in this week’s roundup.
Industry veterans take on new roles in droves this week.
North Brookfield Savings Bank, North Shore Bank and Reading Cooperative Bank are among the organizations featured in this week’s roundup.
Reading Co-operative Bank has notified state regulators and customers that it plans to close its Woburn branch, located at 300 Trade Center, on Dec. 1.
PWCampbell augments its New England footprint, Unibank promotes two, and The Cooperative Bank gets a new CFO in this week’s Personnel File
BankGloucester, Members Plus Credit Union and The Provident Bank are featured among the organizations announcing changes to personnel in this week’s roundup.
When the Andover branch of Reading Cooperative Bank wanted to expand into the nearby Lawrence market, branch manager Gladys Martinez, one of this year’s Community Bank Heroes, knew just what to do.
Gladys Martinez entered the banking world as a part-time teller fresh out of high school.
Millennials – can’t live with ’em, can’t grow without ’em. And if the banking industry is to survive, it needs to get smart about attracting and retaining Gen Y employees among its ranks.