Credit union human resources departments have been significantly impacted by pandemic-induced changes. HR’s overall role and the daily tasks carried out by HR professionals have gone through rapid change, notably due to the escalation of remote work.
Not only have HR pros had to guide their credit unions and staffs through the change to a more digital work-from-home environment, but they have also had to find ways to be effective and productive in their own roles when working from home.
While all of this has been going on, they have had to keep their fingers on the pulse of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives which are sweeping the industry. Change has enveloped HR staffers in a unique and all-consuming way, and they still need to make sure they understand the latest regulatory changes.
“This pandemic brought some historic regulation changes that we had to adapt to and address really quickly,” said Jess MacLagan, instructional design manager for CUNA. “CUNA HR Compliance Certification Virtual School with CUDoctor, being held on August 3rd and 5th, will address the continuing changes in human resources laws and regulations.”
The six-session virtual school, which will feature real-world case studies and approaches, will help participants stay ahead of potential HR legal issues. Attendees will interact both days with subject-matter experts, including HR attorneys who work specifically with credit unions every day. An interactive conference platform will allow participants to share information and network with their credit union HR peers.
“The HR word for the year is flexibility,” said Diane Reed, president of CUDoctor. “Never has it been more important for HR professionals to be comfortable with change. With changing regulations, changing laws, changing workplaces, changing employee morale all happening at the same time, HR pros need not only great education but a network of peers to help when the going gets tough.”
The virtual school also provides the opportunity to earn or recertify your CUNA Credit Union HR Compliance Professional (CUHRCP) accreditation. The CUHRCP designation distinguishes you as the go-to professional for HR compliance-related questions and establishes the designee as a leader in the credit union HR specialty.
Scheduled sessions cover HR compliance requirements, regulatory developments and skills to stay ahead of HR legal issues, including:
Staying current on HR compliance regulations helps you protect your credit union's resources and reputation.
“Chock full of up-to-date compliance and regulatory information plus DEI how-to's, HR audit know-how and networking opportunities, this year's CUNA HR Compliance Certification School with CUDoctor comes at just the right time,” Reed said.
CUNA HR Compliance Certification Virtual School with CUDoctor is endorsed by CUNA HR & Organizational Development Council.