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With the unemployment rate hitting a 50-year low of 3.6%, credit unions across the nation are competing like never before in a highly fluid job market. The community-focused mission of credit unions does a lot to increase loyalty among employees, but these days, employee retention, training and development, and succession planning are front-burner issues for many HR executives.
“The reality is we’re not the Googles and Amazons of the world,” says Kathy Martin, senior vice president of development and support at Directions Credit Union ($880.7M, Toledo, OH). “Employees, particularly younger employees, are looking for fast advancement, but there’s not always constant movement upward. We’re focused on investing in employees, giving them more depth in what they’re doing for the credit union, and getting them in front of senior management.”
Join Callahan & Associates and Kathy Martin, senior vice president of development and support at Directions Credit Union, for an interactive discussion about the strategies her cooperative has found successful in employee engagement and leadership development.
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Kathy Martin, senior vice president of development and support at Directions Credit Union, will discuss her cooperative's approach to employee engagement and leadership development, sharing insider tips the credit union has learned over the past three years and effective engagement and development strategies.
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