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Portal crashes. Controversies. Confusion. Despite a shaky start, the Paycheck Protection Program is providing badly needed capital to more than 4.3 million small businesses nationwide.
Sixty-hour work weeks, constant virtual meetings, and imminent deadlines. The world of business lending is busier than ever before, but in many ways the work also is more rewarding.
Credit unions are optimizing work environments, integrating key systems, ensuring business continuity and cybersecurity, and adapting culture to new ways of working.
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Executives at the National Credit Union Foundation and Interra Credit Union share why empathic leadership is important and discuss how credit unions and communities can positively impact lives amid a pandemic.
East Idaho Credit Union calls the state’s second-largest city home but also has branches in communities with fewer than 1,000 residents, where members are known to drive 30 miles or more to conduct their financial business.