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EXCELLENT points that I hope convinves many who say "why pay incentives - they are SUPPOED tobe doing their job already" to GET outside that box. Why pay incentives? Because it encourages & energizes the employees who are willing to do more than the minimum to keep their jobs. Aren't those the kind of people you want to retain since they are the only ones who are emotionally capable of delivering World Class Service, which is the only competitve edge there is now! Carolyn Warden, CCUE
It would be nice to include or complete another article on under 50 million asset size credit unions. Smaller credit unions can not afford 15% of salaries let alone 6%. Please think about your small credit union readers also.
We use employee incentives by function and for the credit union in total. All incentives exceed our plan. Monthly progress is posted on graphs and paid when achieved. Our employees love it and it allows them to focus extra attention in the proper areas. Every employee can achieve bonuses equating to 10% of salary. John Coleman Pres I.L.W.U. CU
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