Why vLoan is a Great Place to Work

Published on June 20th, 2016

vLoan (DBA of Union Home Mortgage Corp.) is honored to be recognized a Top 100 Workplace 2016 in Cleveland by the Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com for the second consecutive year.

Since 2009, Top Workplaces seeks to recognize area employers who are “doing it right.” Workplace Dynamics distributes a 22-question confidential workplace survey to measure organizational health and the job. Organizations that are ranked in the top 100 have a higher overall employee engagement rate that is more than double the national average. Actively engaged employees are more enthusiastic and committed about their work. This is directly related to the health of the company, productivity, and ultimately profits.

The company culture at vLoan fosters teamwork and strong leadership that is built on a foundation of over-communication and respect. Our partners are drive by our values that come from the Code of Conduct. “These are the foundation to our Code of Conduct,” Al Blank, Senior Vice President of Business Development, added. “Our code is what keeps our business successful, our customers more than satisfied, and our Partners are excited to come into work each day”.  

 “Our culture’s values have remained the same throughout our 40 years of business,” Bill Cosgrove, President and CEO, commented. “We have nearly quadrupled in company size and new strategies have been implemented to accommodate this growth, but I’m proud to report that our Partners still uphold the same dedication to customers and fellow Partners (employees) alike”.

At vLoan, we love where we work. Keep your eyes peeled during the month of July for our #lovewhereyouwork campaign. We will be sharing tips about having a more productive work week, getting the most out of your day, and stories about our amazing employees. If you are interested in joining vLoan, a Top 100 Cleveland Workplace disrupting the mortgage industry, please visit https://www.vloan.com/about/careers

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