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O & ME

Turn That Frown Upside Down

By Kristin Ryan04.18.2018

Assisting an upset member can be scary. In your role as a front-line employee, you can create an experience that...

TECH

Tightening Security on Credit Cards

By Patrick Totty04.18.2018

The biggest barrier to credit card security is the idea that security is a necessary evil.

CFO

NCUA to Evaluate HMDA Compliance Efforts

By Adam Mertz04.18.2018

NCUA recognizes the significant systems and operational challenges needed to adjust to the revised regulation for HMDA data collected in...

M & BD

PODCAST: Dealing with Social Media ‘Haters’

By Bill Merrick04.18.2018

As a digital marketing specialist, Andrea Parrish spends a fair amount of time dealing with “haters”: people on social media...

LENDING

Autonomy & the Auto Loan

By Craig Sauer04.18.2018

Technologists, auto industry experts, and futurists’ opinions about the impact of autonomous—or driverless—vehicles are all over the map.

HR & OD

Developing Leaders In-House

By Jennifer Woldt04.18.2018

Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union in Summerville, S.C., has developed a program that identifies high-potential employees and provides the tools...

M & BD

Make Your Own Products a Marketing Priority

By Mark Arnold04.16.2018

What proprietary products should you be creating or promoting more?

CFO

Static Pool or Credit Migration—That Is the Question

By Amy Rapp04.16.2018

One expert, Dr. Randy Thompson of TCT Risk Solutions, tells us about how credit migration works and offers four CU...

HR & OD

Do Young Employees Overestimate Their Competency?

By Margery Weinstein04.16.2018

New data from the National Association of Colleges and Employers shows a discrepancy between what graduating college seniors think of...

O & ME

The Four Pillars of Mobile Payments Outlined in New White Paper

By CUToday.info04.16.2018

Strategies for building mobile payments strategy, driving consumer engagement and laying the foundation for future growth are included in a...

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