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Branch Staff Non-Productive Time – Credit Union Times Article

November 14, 2013
By W. Michael Scott

November 11th, 2013
Credit Union Times Article: Making Most of Idle Time in the BranchIdle time“—the periods during which branch staff is not performing member-facing transactions or other meaningful tasks—presents a major challenge for credit unions (CUs). An FMSI study has determined it is common for idle time to account for up to 30% of the time a credit union employee spends during paid working hours at the branch.

Idle time does not have to be non-productive time. Effective management, paired with employee training, accountability and scheduling of tasks within defined idle time, can help credit union staff put idle time to better use. In this article, we’ll explore specific strategies to help structure idle time and then enact targeted plans to use it productively.
Read the full article here: Credit Union Times Idle Time Article
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