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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.
Attracting top talent now involves competing with the whole country, not just the shop down the street, and cooperatives are doing what they can to attract and retain employees.
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The Minnesota cooperative leaned on insight from industry peers to create a path for building employees' skills and knowledge.
Employees can bring their kindergarten through eighth grade students to work at the credit union’s headquarters.
Join BCU's ($4B, Vernon Hills, IL) senior manager, talent acquisition and culture development and director, talent management as they discuss how their credit union rapidly shifted to remote hiring and learning.
Join Callahan & Associates and Travis Flora, culture and values officer for Commonwealth Credit Union, for a discussion about how to ensure staff members fully adopt a new culture and continue to embrace it as the organization matures.
A happy, motivated workforce presents operational as well as member-facing benefits.
Katy Slater, senior vice president for Callahan & Associates, explores the questions credit unions need to ask about their culture as well as ideas to build a culture that empowers employees and ensures mission flourishes from the bottom-up.
Learn how HR departments are combining wages, bonuses, and retirement with telecommuting, quiet rooms, and family leave to build attractive benefits packages.