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NC State Employees' Credit Union President Jim Blaine
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    They hired me when others wouldn't. Doing my best to give back.

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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Branch Manager
    Current Employee - Branch Manager

    I have been working at NC State Employees' Credit Union full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Unbeatable 401(k). Good, predictable work schedule - for all positions. You know what you are in for when you sign on. Many senior employees poised to exit in next few years due to their age, opening doors for those who are still learning. I don't get the negative reviews but will say "thank you for leaving" or "thank you for whining" or "thank you for surfing the internet or your phone when you should have been working" - because all of you have helped my ascent within this company. I was a mediocre public HS student and an unfocused college student - all within the NC public system. When I got out of college, no one would hire me based on my degree or resume credentials. SECU showed me that this is an organization that recognizes the person, and not a piece of paper. They hired me, even though I didn't have any experience or education in business or finance. They were the only ones willing to take a chance on me and teach me what I needed to know in order to do the job. I've been here less than many of my peers, and a fraction of time compared to many senior managers. I've worked my tail off along the way and never had to ask to be rewarded - it just happened. This has made me (and my family - all state employees) very proud. Isn't this the way things are supposed to be?! If you feel undervalued, maybe you haven't proven how valuable you are. Do more than what is specified in your job description. Do your best to be helpful and make a difference to those above you. Do your best to be helpful and make a difference to those below you. This is what gets you noticed, appreciated, and rewarded, people!!

    Cons

    Technologies seem out dated, though there has been improvement in last 5 years, and it sounds like more improvements are coming. Current career path is an impediment to superstars who want to rise and shine in areas they could flourish and specialize. You seem too hesitant to demote or remove ineffective employees who are in leadership roles.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Create a mentor program for new managers - a safe sounding board would have done wonders for me as I was elevated from worker to manager of other staff members. You can't assume my SVP is a good teacher - you know who the good coaches or mentors are within the company...pair new VPs up with someone unrelated who you know can help groom new leaders. Technology....we need to be where our members want us (live chat, email, etc).

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