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    Community Bank of Florida Celebrates National Payroll Week!

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Community Bank of Florida joined the salute to the American worker and payroll professionals this week by participating in National Payroll Week. National Payroll Week highlights the payroll professionals who support the American system by not only processing wages, but also reporting earnings and withholding employment taxes, which keep America running smoothly.

    With each and every check issued, payroll is required by law to withhold the correct deductions for federal, state and local taxes. Any delay or error has serious financial consequences that not only affect employees, but the company’s bottom line. "A paycheck that has a single mistake can result in noticeable morale problems and reduced productivity" says Claudia Ortega, Community Bank of Florida’s Payroll Processor. "It is our job to ensure that each and every employee is paid accurately and on time."

    National Payroll Week is spearheaded by more than 22,000 members of the American Payroll Association in partnership with federal and state agencies, NPW National Sponsors, local chambers of commerce, professional tax and human resource associations, and companies across the United States.

    Photo: Left to right, the Community Bank Human Resources Team: Viviant Legra, Aileen Fundora and Claudia Ortega

    Community Bank of Florida Supports MDC Juvenile Services Program

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Community Bank of Florida has once again partnered with Miami Dade County’s Juvenile Services Division to provide school supplies to families in need. This year, the Department requested 45 backpacks to help children in their program.

    The Juvenile Services Division provides victim offender mediation, restitution, community work services, educational and vocational intervention. They act as a vital safety net to catch troubled youth before they fall further into lifestyles of crime and deviance. Many of the children served are from underprivileged families who are not financially able to purchase school supplies.

    Photo: Community Bank Employees model the book bags with social worker Cynthia (Left to right) Viviant Legra, Cynthia Stennis, Aileen Fundora, Cindy Kendall


    Happy Labor Day from all of us at Community Bank of Florida!

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Community Bank of Florida will be closed on Monday, September 3rd in observance of Labor Day. 

    Viviant Legra Celebrates 5 Years with Community Bank!

    Last updated 1 year ago

    CBF is proud to celebrate Viviant Legra’s 5th Anniversary as a member of their Financial Family. Mrs. Legra is currently an HR Generalist in the Human Resources Department. Her main duties include employee recruitment, relations, benefits and leave of absences. Recently, Viviant organized a new “HEARTstyle Wellness Program” to help employees learn how to take better care of ourselves through a healthy eating, activity & relaxation training lifestyle program. She has spent numerous hours organizing health fairs, nutrition and relaxation seminars and activities so that employees can learn how to live better and longer lives.

    Viviant has several years of previous experience in both the banking and Human Resources fields. She plans to expand her human resources knowledge and is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s degree. She was born in Hialeah, and currently lives in the Homestead area, where she is pleased to work so close to home. She has been married for 16 years and has two beautiful, smart, and charismatic children. When asked about what motivates her, Viviant quoted Joyce Meyer, “When you are tempted to give up, your breakthrough is probably just around the corner.

    CBF Supports Caribbean Elementary

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Community Bank of Florida was pleased to make a donation to the “Parrots” at Caribbean Elementary School. The contribution was made to assist the school in implementing a new idea- having a “Meet the Teacher” event. This event would allow parents to come in and see the school as well as meet their child’s new teacher. Interim Principal, Michelle Atherley, stated “Usually, an open house is held after school has already begun. Our new “Meet the Teacher” event would allow parents to establish a comfort level by getting to see where their little one would be going and meeting the teacher prior to school even starting.” Principal Atherley decided to inspire the staff by holding a luncheon prior to the Meet the Teacher event starting.

    Caribbean Elementary is an established school that opened about 40 years ago in the South Miami Heights area. Students are enrolled in Pre-K through fifth grade. The school’s Agri-Science program is virtually unknown to outsiders but has created excitement among the students. They have partnered with the University of Miami as well as local high schools and working as a team, have constructed flower beds all around the school.

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