Culture

Here for Good All Year Long

The credit union philosophy has always been ‘people helping people’ and at Allegacy Federal Credit Union, we were built on that belief. Putting members and community first is the only way we know. That’s why we partner with many local organizations to support arts, education and wellbeing right here in the Triad. In addition to our many sponsorships and donations, … Continue reading
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Living Out Doing Right Moments Every Day

At Allegacy Federal Credit Union, we believe in doing the right thing for your wellbeing and that includes our members, teammates and community. Doing right moments not only happen when we go above and beyond for a member, but also in our everyday lives. Our teammates volunteer over 6000 hours a year at organizations such as Cancer Services, Inc., The … Continue reading
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Helping You Be Your Best in an Interview

In today’s job market, employers are not only looking at your education and work history. They’re often trying to predict how you will behave in the role and ultimately contribute to the organization. By asking behavioral interview questions, a recruiter will probe deeper into how you’ve handled various work situations in the past to uncover your transferable skills, abilities, and … Continue reading
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The Importance of a Cultural Fit

During a job interview, the company is looking for far more than verifying a list of qualifications. They want to meet you and determine if you’d be a ‘good fit’ for their team. At the same time, you’ll want to evaluate the company culture and decide whether or not it fits with your values and beliefs. Why is this so … Continue reading
Culture

Business Succession Planning

We’ve all been guilty of putting off important responsibilities because they are time-consuming or stressful.  For many business owners, transitioning their business can be a daunting task.  However, having a valid blueprint for transitioning a business is vital to the success of a long term plan.  According to a 2015 survey conducted by U.S. Trust, some of the main reasons … Continue reading
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Here for Good

The credit union philosophy has always been ‘people helping people’ and at Allegacy Federal Credit Union, we were built on that belief. Putting members and community first is the only way we know. That’s why we partner with many local organizations to support arts, education and wellbeing right here in the Triad. In addition to our many sponsorships and donations, … Continue reading
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Practicing Mindfulness

A common misconception about mindfulness is that it only involves meditation. While the practice does have its roots in meditative practices, any type of reflective technique that shifts your thoughts away from your usual preoccupation toward an appreciation of the moment and a broader perspective of life can be a mindful practice.1 Practicing mindfulness in your daily routine is not … Continue reading
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Reflections on Our Legacy: The Annual Meeting + Anniversary Reception

Pictured above: Former CEO Ike Keener reunites with Jean Hill, the first credit union employee. Chief Credit Risk Officer, Brian Vannoy and President + CEO, Cathy Pace, look on.   On Thursday, April 20th, nearly 400 Allegacy employees, members and honored guests gathered in downtown Winston-Salem to acknowledge the business of Annual Meeting and to kick off a yearlong celebration … Continue reading
Former Allegacy leaders reunite

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