Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union is laying off workers.
The company is not saying how many of its 175 full-time employees are being let go, but it did say the move is part of its five-year strategic plan.
In a statement, Aloha Pacific FCU says affected employees have been notified and they're being offered severance packages.
It is the state's third largest credit union with 10 branches.
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