Human Resources

Internal Controls Thwart Embezzlement

October 23, 2009
Derrick Peterson Keep honest people honest by limiting opportunities for dishonesty. Recently I read an article sent to me by the CUNA CFO Council titled, “How Not to Embezzle.” The article told of a CEO in Wichita Falls, Texas, who embezzled between $850,000 and $1.9 million through approximately 130 fraudulent loans... READ MORE

"Monumental" 2010 GAC Ahead

October 23, 2009
With Congress and the administration pursuing the most active agenda in a generation, the stakes facing credit unions are monumental. Credit union leaders gathering for the Credit Union National Association’s (CUNA) 2010 Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) will hear from policy makers, speak out on critical issues, and ensure the credit... READ MORE

Make TNA Part of Training

October 23, 2009
How can credit unions know whether their staff training programs are on the mark? By conducting a training needs analysis (TNA) to determine what employees need to learn to effectively perform their jobs. So says “Conducting a Training Needs Analysis for Your Credit Union,” a new white paper from the... READ MORE

Reconsidering Nonqualified Deferred Compensation? Not So Fast

September 25, 2009
By Heidi Pedersen Donahe The economic downturn is causing some credit unions and their executives to reconsider their nonqualified deferred compensation and retirement arrangements. “While credit union employees and officers are not immune from the general trend to contain compensation in this economy, it is strategically important to maintain a... READ MORE

Community Conference Is for All CUs

September 23, 2009
CUNA’s Community Credit Union &Growth Conference isn’t just for community credit unions. It’s for every credit union looking to capture membership potential. The conference, Oct. 21-24 in Las Vegas, will explore a diverse range of topics, including: • Community credit union best practices; • Reaching out to Hispanics; • Targeting generation Y; • Financial... READ MORE

'Nothing is Impossible'

September 23, 2009
With more than five decades in the credit union movement, Rita Haynes has faced her share of challenges. But the CEO of $11 million asset Faith Community United Credit Union, a community development credit union (CDCU) in Cleveland, rarely expresses discouragement. Despite many hurdles, “the needs are so great that... READ MORE

Embrace the ‘Red-Nosed Revolution’

August 27, 2009
Your credit union is sprinkled with bright, empowered, innovative people known as Rudolphs (so named after the holiday character Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer) because they can shine the light exactly where the organization needs to go. These people have always been important, according to “The Red-Nosed Revolution: Five Ways to... READ MORE

CU CEOs Delay Retirement

August 27, 2009
By Beth Stetenfeld The current recession put a lot of retirement plans on hold, and the retirement plans of credit union CEOs are no exception. Some CEOs say they want to rebuild their retirement savings. Others are putting off retirement because they want to see their credit unions through these... READ MORE

Knowledge Management: Exploit Staff Expertise

August 27, 2009
By Judy Dahl Want to preserve your credit union’s intellectual capital? Consider a knowledge management system that captures, centralizes, and stores information to help members find what they need and make employees more efficient. “Since implementing our [knowledge management] program, we’ve become more operationally efficient, streamlined our procedures, and saved... READ MORE

How Does Your 401(k) Plan Stack Up?

August 27, 2009
It used to be that simply offering your employees a 401(k) plan with the basic features was enough. But in the post-financial crisis era, it's important to measure your plan's success and take action when needed. READ MORE
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