A panel discussion at the CUNA HR & Organizational Development Council Conference in Orlando Tuesday addressed how credit unions can attract, develop, and retain talented employees using technology and remote learning opportunities.
Following are insights from that session and others.
Look at how content that was delivered previously in a classroom setting translates to online, a panel of HR experts said Tuesday. From left are Treion Muller, FranklinCovey; Juliann Chapman, TwinStar CU; and SchoolsFirst FCU’s Jamie Deno.
CUNA Mutual Group's Jack Williams discussed how CUs can avoid claims related to the Fair Labor Standards Act, Family Medical Leave Act, or whistleblower allegations.
CUs should make active shooter training part of their safety training, said PSCU's James Green.
Make sure staff is on board when embarking on a culture change, said Hilary Reed, Empower Strategic Solutions.
Influence is gained through feedback, practice, and accountability, said communications expert Stacey Hanke.