Last month, the crew over at CUToday interviewed our President/CEO Doug Burke on a variety of topics, including the future of credit unions, management style and challenges, and more. Check out the article below to get acquanited with Doug.
By Rich Mohr, Business Development Account Manager
CU Service Network has relationships with credit unions in a multi-state region, giving us a unique opportunity to stay abreast of hot topics in the field. I hear the stories about what’s keeping CEO’s awake at night, key areas of focus and strategies to grow and thrive, and insight into the future of the credit union movement.
Ever wonder how your credit union leans when it comes to company culture? Businesses in general are becoming more and more liberal with employee expression, dress code, and personality. In the quest to attract Millennials (both in terms of members and staff), financial institutions are shifting to a casual, relaxed atmosphere in place of a buttoned-up, stuffy one.
High turnover is a very common concern we hear among our credit unions. It can be especially difficult in small, rural areas across the country to not just keep staff, but to find adequate replacements. For example, some of our credit union clients reside in many of the lowest density areas in the United States