How to Keep Your MSRs from Quitting

By Preston Packer |

Oct

24

Providing employees with fair compensation and opportunities to grow will only take your credit union so far. While competitive wages are one way to help retain employees, ultimately that’s not what will keep them happy. The day-to-day environment within your credit union and their relationships with management are the areas that can make or break the Member Service Representative (MSR) experience. MSRs are the glue in a credit union. They have the closest relationship with members and work to meet their needs each and every day. If MSRs are unhappy, it weakens their ability to serve members and should they continue to be dissatisfied, your credit union won’t be able to retain them. Here’s how you can keep your MSRs from quitting. 

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