January’s issue of National Mortgage Professional Magazine (NMP) was a big issue for Inlanta Mortgage. Not only was an article from our SVP of Business Development, Chad Gomoll, featured in NMP’s special focus on Mortgage Industry Employment, but Inlanta was also recognized as a Top Mortgage Employer for the third consecutive year!
We cannot thank our employees enough for contributing to the nomination. Inlanta’s culture is certainly unique and special in its own way. Here at Inlanta, we believe investing in our employees and providing them with a work environment they can thrive in is top priority. Inlanta Mortgage is a family-owned business – and we run it that way! Our culture is open, team-oriented, and guided by our code of ethics.
At Inlanta, we understand that we have the ability to positively impact everyone we touch and strive to improve the lives of those we serve and work with in our communities. Culture is important to us and, as Chad Gomoll discusses in his article in National Mortgage Professional Magazine, crucial to a company’s success.
“Since we spend an average of one-third of our lives at work, most people want to know that they are spending their time well and doing something meaningful. Most importantly, they want to have fun and enjoy coming to work every day. You want to make sure that the people who are in your company feel the same amount of passion as everyone else so you don’t lose that sense of comradery and that feeling that everyone is pulling for each other.”
Chad goes on to discuss the benefits of a positive culture and the upwards momentum it creates in the work place.
“When your employees feel supported and like they are all working towards a common goal, nothing will get dropped along the way. Whether they are an intern, mid-level operations staff, loan originator, or senior leadership, having a strong company culture means there is always someone your employees can relate to and depend on to help them out when the work seems overwhelming. When employees thrive in their environment, they feed off each other’s energy, are more motivated to succeed, and feel a bigger sense of pride in the accomplishments of the company as a whole.”
Read the rest of Chad’s article from National Mortgage Professional Magazine here.