Supreme Lending ‘feels like home’ to employees

Portrait of CEO Pat Flood in the new workout rom at the Supreme Lending Southeastern region offices in Alpharetta on Wednesday January 20, 2021. For a story on the Top Workplace midsize category.PHIL SKINNER FOR THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION.
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Portrait of CEO Pat Flood in the new workout rom at the Supreme Lending Southeastern region offices in Alpharetta on Wednesday January 20, 2021. For a story on the Top Workplace midsize category.PHIL SKINNER FOR THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION.

Credit: Phil Skinner

Credit: Phil Skinner

At Supreme Lending Southeast Region, “Everyone is on the same page, heading towards the same goal,” and everyone “gets to make a difference,” said an employee.

“I am always motivated to keep working hard,” wrote another employee. “I know that my hard work will pay off. Our concerns are providing the best service for our clients, not the bottom line. I feel our leader truly wants the best for us in life.”

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These are among the anonymous employee comments collected during Atlanta’s 2021 Top Workplaces surveys. Supreme Lending employees gave high marks to the company for the direction it is heading, believing it’s on a growth track.

“I like that we are constantly trying to grow. More importantly, we are trying to grow in all facets of our business, not just profit. We have a fantastic marketing team who are always getting involved with community events and helping spread our name,” wrote one employee.

Another echoed a similar sentiment: “I like that we are continuing to grow yet maintaining the highest levels of efficiency and customer satisfaction.”

Workers also like the kinship at the residential mortgage company.

“We have a family atmosphere; everyone wants to help,” wrote one worker, using two exclamation marks at the end for emphasis.

“I work with amazing people that are like family to me,” said another employee, who went on to share that serving others is valued Supreme Lending.

“We do things in the industry that other companies simply fail to do.”

Employees also noted that Supreme Lending management gives them the freedom to do their jobs and the tools to reach their full career potential.

“I don’t feel pressured by goals performance,” wrote one employee.

“I truly feel like my leaders want me to reach my full potential in all facets of my life,” said another. “I know I am cared for personally and professionally.”

Another worker said management “gives me the freedom to work how I please” and gives accolades for excellent work. The “entire culture is very welcoming, and it feels like home,” the worker wrote.

Supreme Lending employees also said they enjoy helping people attain homeownership.

“I get to help guide people through what can be a very difficult and stressful time of their lives,” said one employee.

“I feel I make a huge difference in the lives of others,” said another.

“I feel like the work I do is important and not only that I am appreciated by our clients, but also by my co-workers, which are the two most important parts of creating a great work environment,” said one worker.

Finally, Supreme Lending employees said they have felt supported by management throughout the pandemic.

“I’m trusted to handle my work and use my expertise as I see fit, even though I’m relatively new and we are in an odd work-from-home situation with Covid. The people are very friendly, happy, have strong work ethics, and are easy to work with.”