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HVFCU Takes To Videos To Recruit Employees
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y.  (4/15/13)--Hudson Valley FCU in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., has released six new videos on its YouTube channel to give prospective employees a look at the credit union, careers available and its benefit programs.

"Recruiting employees that fit within our culture is important," said Diane Allenbaugh, Hudson Valley vice president of human resources and organizational development. "These videos can give interested candidates a good idea of how our staff work and socialize with each other. They give us a new way to communicate our values to potential hires."

The credit union created the series of videos with staff, who discuss their benefits, career development and specific jobs within HVFCU. The credit union worked with local producers at Road Runner Productions in LaGrange, N.Y., to make the videos.

The videos feature more than 20 different HVFCU staff members, from senior management to branch managers and staff, as well as staff from support areas such as marketing and accounting. They cover topics ranging from branch and call center jobs, to benefits, wellness and career development.

With about $3.7 billion in assets, HVFCU serves its more than 267,000 members through branches in four counties.

To see the videos, use the link.
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