Managers at national mortgage banker Supreme Lending encourage employees to balance work with time off and play—even on the job.
The Dallas lender counts employee satisfaction as key to its business success, notes the company’s president, Scott Everett. He says execs “put a lot of effort into making Supreme Lending a place where people enjoy and look forward to coming to work.”
Some of the bank’s perks: casual dress, associate appreciation events, an on-site gym with showers and a game room with a pool table, ping-pong table and video games.
The company encourages employees to take time off during the year to recharge so they come back ready to work. It hosts employee events like casino trips, snow-cone days, cookouts, bowling nights and an annual hunt for Easter eggs containing a total of $20,000 in cash.
Contact: Jeri Yoshida of Supreme Lending, (310) 396-8813.
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