Arvada, CO, May 02, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Partner Colorado Credit Union now allows employees to donate their paid time off (PTO) to fellow co-workers experiencing a crisis who do not have enough leave time of their own.
Also known as leave-sharing, this employer-sponsored program enables a Partner Colorado employee with accrued time off to donate their time to a co-worker with a severe health crisis, pregnancy, or other qualifying circumstances. The credit union determines in advance what situations qualify for the program. Once approved, the employee who has run out of paid leave time, but needs time off, can use a co-worker’s PTO to manage their absence.
“We think donating PTO time among employees underscores the values of our credit union and fosters a real culture of caring,” said Dana Zamora, Partner Coloado Vice President of HR and Training. “Recently, one of our employees was hospitalized for pneumonia, and another needed time off for cancer treatments. Although both had exhausted their own PTO, they could focus on getting well, because paid time off was there for them to use, due to the support and generosity of their co-workers.”
About Partner Colorado Credit Union
Established in 1931, Partner Colorado Credit Union is a member-owned not-for-profit cooperative with total assets exceeding $400 million. The credit union serves more than 32,000 members throughout the Denver metro area and offers a wide range of financial products and services, including checking, savings, home and auto loans. Members benefit from the unique advantages of a credit union, including lower interest rates on loans and higher yields on savings. Partner Colorado actively supports the community by donating funds and employee volunteer hours to many Denver metro area organizations. Partner Colorado is federally insured by the NCUA and is an Equal Housing Lender. For more information, visit partnercoloradocu.org.