Grensing-Pophal, Lin
August 2006
Credit Union Management;Aug2006, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p64
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the management of employee problems in various credit unions (CU). Like any other offices, in the CU offices also the environment is potential for bad behavior and sensitive issues. The manager-staff member conflicts and the staff member-staff member conflicts are not a unique issue nowadays. Vice president-human resources for SunCorp Corporate Credit Union, Lynn Baalman reflects that through restructuring, branch consolidation and helping employees to understand and deal with the changing situations on a daily basis, these problems can be solved to some extent.


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