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October 17, 2022   •   News  

Human Resources Chief Advocates for EQ Awareness

Folsom, Calif. – (Oct. 17, 2022) – SAFE Chief Human Resources Officer Colleen Nerius shared her insights in The Sacramento Observer on the importance of fostering employee EQ’s, emotional intelligence – especially as we continue to emerge out of the pandemic.

In the article, “Emotional Intelligence Needed for Improved Work Performance,” Nerius writes, “Many of us have worked from home since the COVID-19 pandemic struck in March 2020 or have been working in challenging environments with frustrated members of the public.

SAFE Chief Human Resources Officer Colleen Nerius

SAFE Chief Human Resources Officer Colleen Nerius

As the world gets back to normal, many of us will go back to the office and will have to navigate different interpersonal environments,” she continues. “Developing and understanding your EQ can equip you for these challenges and position you better overall in life.”

Read the full commentary in The Sacramento Observer

Nerius, an expert on human resources, diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace, can be reached at [email protected]

About SAFE

SAFE Credit Union has made members an integral part of its vision since 1940. Over the years the credit union has kept the focus on what really matters, putting members first, a formula that has seen SAFE grow into a leading financial institution in Northern California with $4.5 billion in assets and about 246,000 members. SAFE crafts every cutting-edge product and sterling service with members’ needs foremost in mind. In addition to banking services conveniently available through online, chat, mobile, or phone options, SAFE offers in-person services for members and small businesses at service centers across the Greater Sacramento region. SAFE is a not-for-profit, state-chartered credit union with membership open to businesses and individuals living or working in Sacramento, Placer, Yolo, El Dorado, Sutter, Butte, Nevada, Solano, San Joaquin, Contra Costa, Yuba, Amador, and Alameda counties. Insured by NCUA.

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