How to get to State Employees' Credit Union: Raleigh Falls Of Neuse Rd in Raleigh, NC by Bus

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State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

How to get to State Employees' Credit Union: Raleigh Falls Of Neuse Rd by Bus

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

State employees credit union north carolina app

How long does it take to get to State Employees' Credit Union: Raleigh Falls Of Neuse Rd from Wind Garden, Durham by public transit?

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What are the closest stations to State Employees' Credit Union: Raleigh Falls Of Neuse Rd?

  • The closest stations to State Employees' Credit Union: Raleigh Falls Of Neuse Rd are:
    • Falls Of Neuse Rd At Pemberton Dr is 200 yards away, 3 min walk
    • Falls Of The Neuse Rd At Old Wake Forest Rd is 822 yards away, 10 min walk
    • Wake Forest Rd At Old Wake Forest Rd is 822 yards away, 10 min walk
    • Falls Of Neuse Rd At Cedarhurst Dr (Nb) is 901 yards away, 11 min walk

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State Employees' Credit Union in Charlotte, North Carolina Routing Number, Address, Swift Codes

4720 AIRPORT CENTER PKWY

CHARLOTTE, NC, 28208

Phone Number: 704-394-4844

CHARLOTTE, NC, 28204

Phone Number: 704-376-9133

8605 UNIVERSITY CITY BLVD

CHARLOTTE, NC, 28213

Phone Number: 704-549-5822

901 N WENDOVER RD STE G

CHARLOTTE, NC, 28211

Phone Number: 704-366-4042

10820 S TRYON ST

CHARLOTTE, NC, 28273

Phone Number: 704-504-8796

CHARLOTTE, NC, 28209

Phone Number: 704-525-5208

6630 EXECUTIVE CIR

CHARLOTTE, NC, 28212

Phone Number: 704-568-5980

10120 COULOAK DR

CHARLOTTE, NC, 28216

Phone Number: 704-392-0438

11225 GOLF LINKS DR N

CHARLOTTE, NC, 28277

Phone Number: 704-814-0641

10910 ARDREY KELL RD

CHARLOTTE, NC, 28277

Phone Number: 704-540-1159

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Bewertungen für Financial Service Representative bei NC State Employees' Credit Union

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Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei NC State Employees' Credit Union (Weniger als ein Jahr)

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If you are needing to get your feet wet in the credit union or banking industry, this is a good starting place.

Felt high schoolish. The pay is horrible.

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Pay what your employees are worth.

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Ich habe in Vollzeit bei NC State Employees' Credit Union gearbeitet (Weniger als ein Jahr)

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Friendly Co-Workers, Entry Level Experience, Benefits: The people you work with are great. Employees fall into the area between those that forewent college and those with a college education (obviously). But, what I mean by this, is the people aren't overwhelming. They don't want to take over the world. They're friendly, down-to-earth, and easily relatable to a wide range of people. This job gave me the realization that I needed to come back and get my Master's, but while I was there, I would say, for those without great expectation to make a lot of money and instead want to enjoy a career alongside good people, there are benefits and a it's a decent place to start fresh out-of-college.

Nonexistent Overtime, Limited Mobility within the Company, Little Company Culture, Minimum Pay Increases: The policy with Overtime is fishy at best. They've instituted a policy that you must work 8 hours a day from 8 O'clock to 6 O'clock, including a 1-hour lunch hour. Not just Management, everyone. and your compensation for this extra hour per day/4 extra days per month…well, you figure it out. Use it like you want. You don't get compensated for it. But, maybe, just maybe, if it's a slow day and management is in a good mood, you can take a half day once in a while. This adds up to you working between 3-5 days a month for free, basically. But it's salary, they can do that, right? Speaking of salary, the salary I was offered with a 4-year degree and the loan debt that comes with such (30,000-35,000 on average) is a portent of the reality of what a college degree actually brings these days. $25,000/year:

$17,500 after taxes. As well, if you work really really really really hard, can find some grounds for buddying up to the boss, and don't take notice of the way you're being exploited, you could get to $30,000-$35,000 by the time you retire with the company. All the while, you better not surf the internet, you'd better park in unvalidated parking places, and you better have self-restraint when telling every other member of the community that 'yes, yes, it is my fault and I'm very very sorry you can't manage your meager government salaries. But, by all means, keep spending all of your extra cash on Candy Crush extras. I'll be your punching bag again in 2 weeks when you get paid.'

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It would do worlds for the morale of the guys on the ground if, instead of using their >40 hours/week upping the strictness of company policies, going out and shaking hands with a few employees who run the company. It's a company theme, even a foundational pillar of Credit Unions, that no one owns the money. But you guys sure act awful mighty. Oh, and raise salaries. My manager once told me that if SECU didn't issue another loan, or profit another dime, the company could keep thriving for decades. It comes off cheap and instills a poor company culture.

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Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei NC State Employees' Credit Union (Über 3 Jahre)

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Great coworkers, Great manager, ability to acquire a lot of knowledge and certifications/licenses (great resume builder). Set hours. No commissions or sales goals, philosophy is "People helping People".

Low pay. The company will have a hard time retaining good talent, especially younger workers without a second income contributing to household. There is an annual merit raise and raises when you receive a promotion. However, these are never much. The medical insurance is quite expensive. The company asks you to do everything (taxes, answer phones, mortgages, personal loans, open new accounts, join new members, collect on delinquent accounts or loans) but the pay is nowhere near what competitors would pay for you to do half those things. Other places may have a representative who deals solely in mortgages or solely in new members or solely in collections. With SECU, you will be expected to do all of it, for lower pay. I know branch managers that acknowledge this is a problem but the top of the company doesn't seem to hear them.

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Look into ways to better compete with competitors to retain your best talent.

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„Contact Center. Good job security but low pay and poor management.”

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- Good job security. It is hard to get fired here. You would really have to do something stupid to get fired, and even then that is not even certain.

- Great 401K - Default contribution levels are at: 5-6% your contributions, 9% by them. 401k grows pretty quickly. 401k contributions from you and SECU start on your first paycheck.

- Benefits - They budget for your healthcare, disability, life insurance, etc. My complaint would be that the health care costs are pretty high. The benefits come out of a 6,000 annual benefits pay. Health care from BCBS keep growing, but they jumped in 2014. It is $480 for an individual. It is a company plan and you can't opt out. That is a shame since there are cheaper policies that can be had. It would be nice to have extra left over money from the benefits pay.

- Peers - At least in the contact center, most employees are around the same age. Early 20s to early 30s. So it is easy to talk and relate to your peers.

- Low Pay - Starting base salary is $26,000. Once you complete your basic modules you get a 3% raise and a little extra money for advanced module completion, insurance, CFP, and tax prep. And generally there is a annual merit raise. But in the end, it does not add up to much. After a few years here, I still make slightly under $30,000.

- Career Opportunities - At least in the contact center it will vary. It depends on how well "management" likes you. Regardless of what you complete or accomplish in the contact center, whether you are on "management&#03&;s" good side or on their bad list can determine whether you advance or not. If you are on management's good side, you can advance rapidly. I've seen employee's make Senior FSR, Senior FSO, and Senior FSO 1 within 2-3 years in the contact center. However opportunities to move up the branch are much more scarce. It take many years to receive a promotion. It will be depends on the branch's needs.

- Turnover - The turnover at least in the contact center is very high. Generally employees get what they need (experience and certifications) and then get out. They either go to a branch, an internal department, or leave the company entirely. Due to high call volume and repetition employees can get quite tired of working here within a short period of time. The low pay also hurts too. High turnover means that we are constantly hiring and training new employees. Our members suffer because of it. Essentially the new employees are getting trained while on the job, so errors can arise out of that. The only upside of the high turnover is that other people, especially college grads, have an opportunity to get a job or advance.

- Schedule - In the branch and a lot of internal departments your looking at 8:30am to 5:30pm Monday through Friday, while in the contact center and other departments that can vary from week to week. So that means you may be working nights, weekends, and holidays. My schedule changes week to week. And now the contact center considers Thanksgiving a normal day. So if your scheduled to work on that day, then you will work. I have generally got whatever days off I needed.

- Parking - With branches, there is no real problem here. With the contact centers and operation centers in Raleigh, this has been problematic depending on what location you work at. However in 2016 this may get worse. Jim Blaine has decided to stop leasing parking lots/spaces for SECU. This comes with the opening of the SECU tower in Raleigh. "As you know, SECU has completed a 12 story building at 119 N Salisbury Street in Raleigh, on the original Credit Union branch site. We will, by the end of 2014, have 250 employees in the building with a future capacity of up to 400 staff members. After allowing for members and handicapped parking, there will be 120 spaces available for staff parking" - Jim Blaine. So there will be a great shortage of parking spaces after they migrate operation center employees to the tower. "Where on-site parking becomes insufficient to meet demand, staff will need to make their own arrangements at their own cost" - Jim Blaine. So pretty much employees are going to have to either pay $60-$100+ a month for a parking space, or park somewhere with the risk of getting ticketed or towed. Hopefully they will shift some of the employees around to some of the vacant space in the other buildings, like contact center employees. The tower was an unneeded expense though. The original plan was to lease floors of the tower to other companies and make some revenue. However they decided to use it themselves and move SECU departments to is which was unneeded since we already had the necessary facilities that we needed. At least we could have used the revenue from leasing the building to increase employee salaries, which are already low. However Jim Blaine squandered that away.

- Dress Code - We are required to wear suits. For Contact Center employees and internal departments this does not make sense since we don't work directly in the presence of our members.

- Technology - We recently upgraded our computers and OS to Windows 7. We were using Windows XP. We are pretty much using programs from the 1990s. Some of it is CLI instead of GUI. Have of the time it does not work properly. SECU really needs to upgrade its tech and software to keep up with other credit unions and banks.

- I can say that most of my peers in the contact center are very dissatisfied with their jobs but it is a way to get a paycheck. Essentially the feeling is "get what you need and try to get outta here." Even though SECU does try to go all out for their members, we feel that they (Management) don't care about their employees. I think they forget that we are members too.

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Listen to your employees, raise are wages, lease the tower, do not stop leasing parking, upgrade our software out of the 1990s. Perhaps it is time for new leadership.