Back in July, we asked our loyal blog readers to take our survey on their credit union's culture. We were curious to know where credit unions stood on various company-culture issues, like tattoos and piercings. The results are in, and I've compiled them into this handy infographic.
Two areas I was surprised about:
1. How accepting credit unions are of tattoos. Over half of those surveyed gave a flat out thumbs up to tattoos being exposed in the workplace, with no strings attached. And another fifth had no issues with smaller and tasteful tattoos. Just a few years ago, even small tattoos were a big no-no in financial services. But recent stats show that almost half of Americans have a tattoo, so companies are having to adopt a more lenient stance.
2. Alcohol is only served at company events by half of credit unions. I am curious to know why. Is it for legal reasons, personal stance, or something else?
Take a look below and feel free to leave your comments!