At Meredith Village Savings Bank, there are five values that guide all that we do. They are:
“I began working with Meredith Village Savings Bank in 1971 – when the first Common Man Restaurant in Ashland opened. I can still remember several of those early conversations with Sam Laverack. We’ve grown together – The Common Man Family of Restaurants and the bank. More importantly, we’ve kept the original values during that growth: respecting our employees, partnering with our customers, and giving back to the communities we serve. When you call MVSB, you won’t hear a computerized voice that directs you to the proper department. I call and speak directly to the people that I have built relationships with, and those people work with me to meet the ever-changing needs of the modern business world. It’s the type of thing that works for our customers and staff.”
Customers expect and deserve our respect, and so do our employees. When respect is present internally, it will reflect externally.
Integrity is a priority at Meredith Village Savings Bank. We are committed to being ethical, honest and candid. We make every effort to deliver on the promises we make.
We believe in the power of teamwork because it has a direct benefit for our customers. We share ideas and then strive to work together towards a solution that delights the customers.
We are constantly working to identify ways in which to serve our customers better. We set our standards high. Services and products are part of the picture - but so are helpfulness, convenience and expertise. We believe our customers should have a positive experience each and every time they interact with us. Additionally, they deserve the convenience of offices in a variety of locations with hours that match their schedules.
A better world starts right at our doorstep – in our homes and where we work. The spirit of positive community action is alive and well both here at the bank and through the commitments of those who work here. We do our best to make our bank offices, both virtual and real, and our communities a continually better place to work and live.