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Methodologies to manage change abound, but these two credit unions have best practices and lessons learned that can apply to everyone.
Wage growth for full-time equivalent employees has stayed well above the Consumer Price Index for years, but surging inflation has turned the tables, resulting in a nearly six-point gap.
The rural Ohio cooperative strives to be the best in the market through pay and benefits. Its growing network of new and renovated branches adds to an improved work, and banking, environment, too.
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The Syracuse, NY-based credit union has put in place a “self-promotion” program to help branch employees advance their careers and earn a series of raises, all while boosting member service.
Credit unions are hosting more FTEs and paying them more than they were one year ago, in large part driven by an extremely competitive hiring environment.
Fueled by job mobility and retirement trends, credit unions are feeling the challenges of replacing C-level managers. Follow these tips for finding the right replacement, keeping projects moving, and easing the transition.
Think there’s no room for creativity in banking? Think again. These stories from the last month reveal a host of new ways credit unions are finding to serve members and make a difference in their communities.
A mentoring experience offered one participant the chance to better understand biases, stand in another person’s shoes, and put DEI principles into action.
Ivy Glover is one year into making sure DEI is more than just a buzzword at the Buckeye State’s biggest credit union.
Emma Hayes brings a career built on a commitment to inclusion and internal development for her new role at SECU.