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BATON ROUGE, La. — Neighbors’ Federal Credit Union spent a week furthering the education of its employees.The credit union celebrated Employee Learning Week, which was declared by Gov. Bobby Jindal and the American Society for Training and Development. The week was declared nationwide to increase awareness about the value of learning.“Neighbors’ FCU is committed to building the knowledge base of our employees, and for us to solidify the trust our employees place in us by helping them become more knowledgeable individuals,” said Kathi M. Gill, Neighbors’ president/CEO.The credit union’s training department treated employees to activities that included visiting each of its seven branches to showcase Neighbors’ new learning management systems, providing information about leadership, learning and development opportunities and having share book lists available for the Neighbors’ library.A learning tip of the day was also e-mailed to all employees. Employees also collectively read The Simple Truths of Service and had open discussions about what they learned.–[email protected]

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