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tories about millennials’ woes in the workplace and the NCUA’s
recent merger proposals
got readers talking this past week.
Here’s what they had to say in the
comments section at cutimes.com.
“Millennials Looking for Dif-
ferent Benefits, Perks From
Work,” Aug. 25
Do you think millennials would
like to be empowered to think and
act like owners, driving and participating in the profitable growth
of the company? Funny thing. So
would the rest of your employees. Industry leaders like Southwest Airlines, Capital One, BHP
Billiton and hundreds of private
companies treat their employees
like trusted business partners, enabling them to make more money for their company and themselves. They consistently see both
profits and engagement soar.
Survey results like this are no surprise when the survey is conducted by a pet food company. Yeah,
everyone is happy until the dog
pees on the carpet. A pet is a big
distraction to work, especially if
more than a handful of employees are allowed to do this. They
must have more snowflakes in the
U.K. than in the U.S.A. How about
looking to see what work you are
getting done instead of looking for
Keep looking millennials … now
get back to work.
“Most Reject NCUA’s Merger
Proposals,” Aug. 30
While the NCUA will find a way to
turn a good idea into a bad regulation, I understand what it is trying
to do and why.
Those of us who have been
around a while know
that payoffs happen
to influence merger
decisions. Those pay-
offs take the form
of “honorary” jobs,
such as President of
with a steady stream
of income for a cou-
ple years while the merged CU
president or manager looks for
their next job. Then there is the fi-
nal payment to just go away. If it
happens to also be in the best in-
terests of the membership, that’s
‘Those payoffs take
the form of “honorary”
jobs, such as President
of Podunk Operations,
with a steady stream
of income for a couple
years while the merged
CU president or
manager looks for their