CHFA Named Among Nation’s Best Workplaces for Parents

CHFA’s headquarters at 1981 Blake Street in Denver.

Great Place To Work® has selected Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) for the Best Workplaces for ParentsTM 2023 list. This national distinction recognizes companies offering best-in-class benefits and company cultures that provide outstanding support for working parents and their families. This award follows CHFA earning a spot on the 2023 Fortune Best Workplaces in Financial Services & InsuranceTM List earlier this year.

“We are humbled and proud to receive this award,” said Cris White, CHFA’s Executive Director and CEO. “As a mission-driven organization dedicated to serving Coloradans, CHFA is committed to providing a work environment where employees feel valued and respected. I am grateful for our outstanding staff who promote a workplace that supports working parents and their families.”

The Best Workplaces for Parents list is based on an analysis of survey responses from over 612,000 employees with parenting responsibilities from Great Place To Work CertifiedTM companies nationwide. According to Great Place to Work, a key factor for companies earning top spots was employees reporting a positive and trusting relationship with their managers.

Benefits also played a role, including paid maternity and paternity leave and mental health resources offered through employee assistance programs (EAPs). Winning companies were those that offered the most positive outcomes for working parents regardless of job role, race, gender, sexual orientation, work status, or other demographic identifier.

CHFA strengthens Colorado by investing in affordable housing and community development. Created in 1973, CHFA invests in affordable homeownership, the development and preservation of affordable rental housing, and helps small- and medium-sized businesses access capital. CHFA also provides education and technical assistance regarding affordable housing and economic development. CHFA is a self-sustaining public enterprise. CHFA issued debt is not the obligation of the state.

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