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Six CUs on IDetroit Free PressI top workplaces list
LANSING, Mich. (11/22/11)--Six credit unions have made the Detroit Free Press top workplaces list, according to the Michigan Credit Union League.

The annual ranking honors 100 employers based on a survey that gathers and analyzes employees' opinions on topics such as pay and benefits, working conditions and general direction a company is headed. Workplace Dynamics of Exton, Pa., designed and conducted the survey (Michigan Monitor Nov. 21).

Employee satisfaction, work-life balance and the potential for strong growth are some of the terms being used to describe the workplaces.

Four credit unions were among the 35 top "Midsize" companies selected.  They include:

  • Michigan State University FCU, East Lansing;
  • DFCU Financial CU, Dearborn;
  • Michigan First CU, Lathrup Village;  and
  • Genisys CU, Pontiac.
E&A CU, Port Huron, was among the 40 "Small" companies honored.

Community Choice CU, Farmington Hills, was selected in a new category called "National Standard," which describes 32 companies that did not score high enough to make the top 100 workplaces but met the standards of a national benchmark.


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