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By Erik Payne | June 17, 2020

Georgia’s Own Credit Union was months away from finalizing a merger when the coronavirus pandemic hit. Rather than hitting pause, the credit union devised a plan to forge ahead.

By Marc Rapport | June 15, 2020

A pandemic response brought the Texas cooperative to a new level of teamwork and learning.

By Rebecca Wessler | June 15, 2020

Industry leaders talk about how they cultivated a career in credit unions and how credit unions across the United States can recruit enthusiastic employees to fill tomorrow’s leadership bench.

 

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By Marc Rapport | May 26, 2020

Employees and employer benefit from homegrown e-learning initiative.

By Rebecca Wessler | May 26, 2020

Doug Fecher, CEO of Wright-Patt Credit Union, dishes on why he joined the credit union industry and how other cooperatives can entice young, up-and-coming leaders to do the same.

By Rebecca Wessler | May 26, 2020

Industry leaders talk about how they cultivated a career in credit unions and how credit unions across the United States can recruit enthusiastic employees to fill tomorrow’s leadership bench.

By Erik Payne | May 25, 2020

Johns Hopkins FCU relates the successes and pitfalls of remote onboarding during the COVID-19 pandemic.

By Sharon Simpson | May 4, 2020

A special team at BECU delves into digital to tackle user experience at the big cooperative.

By Erik Payne | April 16, 2020

The ANATOMY series is a quarterly, multi-feature profile that explores the strategies and analyzes the performance of an exemplary credit union.

By Rebecca Wessler | March 30, 2020

In the face of a crisis, credit union employees step up to support vulnerable members and communities. Sometimes, they need a helping hand, too.