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Know the Signs of Workplace Fraud

Fraud by employees is more common, but executive fraud losses are more costly.
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Most workplace fraudsters exhibit certain behavioral traits.
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Winging It

Plan to fly high with employee retention efforts.
Lora Bray
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Efficiency is critical to survival.
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Execute Your EMV Plan

Most CUs are 'not far along' on EMV implementation.
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Most CUs are 'not far along' on EMV implementation.
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The Future of Home-Based CUs

Many home-based CUs face an uncertain future in the wake of an NCUA proposed rule.
Adam Mertz
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Many home-based CUs face an uncertain future in the wake of an NCUA proposed rule.
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Take a Holistic View of Employee Health

Innovative CUs encourage staff to be financially and physically fit.
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Employees who are financially and physically fit experience less stress and better serve members, say innovative leaders at two CUs.
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CU Makes Staff’s Financial Wellness ‘A Core Focus’

Employees who are financially secure have less stress and are more productive.
Bill Merrick
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‘Our employees recognize that we are committed to them.’
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Want to Provide Exceptional Service? Go Beyond the Obvious

Find ways to exceed members’ expectations.
Adam Mertz
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‘It’s not enough to put the right people in place if they’re handcuffed with poor processes and policies.’
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More Whistleblowers Report Employer Retaliation

Follow through on your anti-retaliation message or no one will take it seriously.
Carlos Molina
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Three steps to protect employees from retaliation while guarding their privacy.
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Staff's Great Service Rewarded with Great Service

United FCU's concierge service runs errands for employees, free of charge.
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'I'm going home a hero and I didn't do a thing.'
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Prevent Workplace Fraud and Theft: Six Tips

Create strong internal controls and trust your instincts.
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Identify high-risk areas for your business and audit for violations every six to 12 months.
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