Credit Union Journal - - Contents - BY LISA FREE­MAN

Credit Union Journal’s an­nual tra­di­tion re­turns, with 20 ex­am­ples of some of the best CUS to work for — as de­ter­mined by out­side ex­perts — along with why em­ploy­ees love work­ing there.

CREDIT UNIONS PRIDE THEM­SELVES ON ser­vice, and while tech­nol­ogy is im­por­tant, it’s of­ten the hu­man touch that makes the big­gest dif­fer­ence— mak­ing it all the more im­por­tant to at­tract and re­tain the best tal­ent. And that’s what Credit Union Journal’s an­nual Best Credit Unions to Work For pro­gram is all about.

Credit Union Journal part­nered with Best Com­pa­nies Group, a third-party re­search firm, to put to­gether the Best Credit Unions to Work For rank­ings. How did th­ese top credit unions make the grade? Par­tic­i­pat­ing credit unions had to have at least 25 em­ploy­ees and agree to par­tic­i­pate in a free, two-part as­sess­ment ad­min­is­tered by Best Com­pa­nies Group.

The first part of the as­sess­ment, worth 25 per­cent of the score, gath­ered in­for­ma­tion about ben­e­fits, poli­cies and hu­man re­sources prac­tices. The se­cond part, which ac­counted for 75 per­cent of the score, in­volved a con­fi­den­tial, 78-ques­tion em­ployee sur­vey that looked at every­thing from what em­ploy­ees love about work­ing there, unique ben­e­fits of­fered, and spe­cial recog­ni­tion and ap­pre­ci­a­tion pro­grams, to ways to re­lieve stress and pro­mote fun in the work­place.

From quirky perks to se­ri­ous tal­ent de­vel­op­ment, learn what some of the best credit unions are do­ing to lure and keep the top tal­ent.

All credit union pro­files in this re­port by W.B. King.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.