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September 24, 2012


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J Brown

10/24/2012 07:53 AM

I have heard for years that no matter what new delivery channel we put in place, we will never replace people (tellers), we will just have an additional new delivery channel. The role/title of the teller may change but there will always be the human interaction if that is what the member wants.

Kevin Finneran

10/24/2012 07:44 AM

I really enjoyed your article about the importance of tellers. I found it to be point on with respect on how they are used. We have been stressing the transformation of their role in the credit union with the staff, members and Board of Directors. They are in many instances the face of the credit union and still play a vital role in building a trusting relationship with our members.

Lisa Evans

10/19/2012 04:08 PM

I feel that our members want/need that personal relationship with their financial institution. It makes them feel secure that their money is safe in hands of people they trust and not a machine.

Anonymous

10/18/2012 02:47 PM

A very nice article in support of the human touch. Some of our members still prefer that personal interaction

Anonymous

10/4/2012 01:02 PM

Actionable!

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