Items Tagged with 'policies'


Know the Rules on Holiday Gifts

Can CU staff accept gifts from members?
As the holiday gift-giving season begins, it’s a good time to review your CU’s Bank Bribery Act policy.
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Five Cloud Security Myths Debunked

Cloud migration and its associated benefits and challenges continue to inspire debate in IT circles.
The biggest obstacle to cloud adoption is the idea that the cloud is not as secure as on-premise systems.
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The MBL Coin Toss

Is your CU ready to manage member business lending’s risks and rewards?
Sound practices and due diligence keep CUs in the clear on the MBL front.
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A Horror Story

Baby boomers continue to attract attention. Does research this week reveal tricks or treats?
To stand a ghost of a chance in today’s marketplace, the use of social media is critical.
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Bring HR Policies in Line With New Guidance

Don’t automatically exclude people with criminal histories from employment.
Take five steps to bring your employment practices in line with Equal Employment Opportunity Commission guidance.
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Tough Economy Fuels Rise in Employment Liability Claims

Paid employment practices liability claims jumped 35% during 2011.
CUs can reduce their exposure with proper training and sufficient employment policies.
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Navigate the Social Media Minefield

Nothing changes faster than the social media landscape and the laws surrounding it.
Adopting sound social media policies is increasingly critical to organizations of all types and sizes.
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Social Media Off the Clock

Define acceptable off-duty use of social media platforms for employees.
Your CU's social media presence likely expands to employees’ personal pages. But being off-duty doesn’t give staff carte blanche to post anything they want about the CUor those affiliated with it.
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Think You Know CPI? Think Again

These insights might get you thinking differently about collateral protection.
If certain borrowers aren’t insuring collateral, your CU—and your members—bear the risk.
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Ten Steps for Strong Policies

Policymaking can seem more overwhelming than the regulatory changes that require it.
Strong policies and procedures are like life preservers for CUs: Stick by them and you’ll stay afloat.
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