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The Fruits of Our Labor

Employment is about much more than money; it equates to lifestyle choices and opportunities.
Lora Bray
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Research indicates a return of worker confidence.
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Employment Picture a Bit Fuzzy

Bureau of Labor Statistics sends mixed signals about labor market health.
Mike Schenk
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There is good and bad news on the economy, says CUNA economist Mike Schenk.
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NLRB Notice On Hold

The notice is similar to the one already required by the Labor Department for federal contractors.
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The notice is similar to the one already required by the Labor Department for federal contractors.
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Workforce Utilization Part II

Calculate Your Scheduling ROI

Workforce utilization analysis helps CUs find opportunities to rein in labor costs.
W. Michael Scott
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Failing to optimize workforce productivity leads to further squeezing of already tight margins.
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Lora's Research Roundup

I Like Dreamin'

Some of these research findings will keep you awake at night.
Lora Bray
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Is the American dream turning into a nightmare?
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The Wheels on the Bus Go ‘Round and ‘Round…

"All aboard" for a look at small business and student lending trends
Lora Bray
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We’ll take a spin through more recession takeaways, fly over some employer trends, chug through some fraudulent facts, and cruise by the latest retail news...
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When Volunteering Isn't Voluntary

Know the difference between compensable and volunteer time.
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Credit union employees are generous folks who often help at charitable, civic, and humanitarian events. But when should you treat these efforts as volunteerism, and when do they count as hours worked?
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