published on January 9, 2017 - 3:23 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff
Visalia-based Suncrest Bank has announced the introduction of a $15-per-hour minimum wage for all of its non-commission based employees, which will go into effect immediately.

 

“This move not only reflects increases in the general cost of living in each of our markets, but it also recognizes the incredibly important work that our less well paid employees do for us, day-in and day-out,” Suncrest Bank President and CEO Ciaran McMullan said in a statement.

“We want Suncrest to be known as the place to work, no matter what stage of your career you are at.”

Suncrest Bank recently announced its acquisition of Security First Bank in Fresno, creating a combined organization with about $460 million in total assets.


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