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Low morale, staff burnout and negativity have been ongoing challenges for many workplaces – even prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, which brought new challenges. Unfortunately, credit unions are not immune to any of these issues.

While almost 90% of all organizations and businesses in the U.S. have some form of employee recognition program, job satisfaction and employee engagement were actually declining prior to the pandemic, and the slide continues as leaders try to manage the re-entry of onsite (and hybrid) employees.

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