Nice Workers Can Finish Last

Small to medium-sized financial institutions are typically employee-centric and deeply committed to fostering a positive work culture that values collaboration, empathy, and kindness. Their core values align with the belief that a friendly and supportive environment enhances employee well-being and strengthens customer relationships. However, this can make addressing the delicate balance between niceness and performance challenging.

The AI Revolution

As AI reshapes the financial services industry, banks and credit unions must adapt to remain competitive. The transformation of compensable factors and job duties is inevitable.

Quiet Quitting: The Silent Retention Killer for HR

HR departments and line managers are feeling the growing pressures of supplying adequate work accommodations and effective ways to track performance.

Leading with Empathy: Navigating the Delicate Conversation About Salary Limits

One of the most challenging conversations you may encounter is explaining to employees that their current salary level exceeds the maximum of the pay range, making them ineligible for a salary increase.

Why Every Professional Needs a Mentor (or Three)

If you measure the success of a fish by how far it can run, it will fail; If you measure by how far it can swim, there will be success.

Dear Employee, You Deserve a Reward

Many banks and credit unions just completed the biggest net income year seen in many years. This didn’t merely happen due to general strategies in place by senior managers. The interest on loans advised on, processed, and delivered by knowledgeable employees who had earned clients’ trust over the years was a driving contribution.

Corporate Incentives Without Expensive Entitlements

Organizations are shifting their corporate reward program structures, validating the importance of employee productivity and the motivations needed to help the company achieve its growth strategy and share mutual rewards.

Recruiting Insight: Essential HR Positions

Human Resources managers and executives are some of the most sought-after candidates for all major companies today, not just at financial institutions. The following is a closer look at salaries for HR professionals at banks and credit unions nationwide.

The Great Resignation or The Great Realignment?

This is proving to be one of the most difficult periods for HR managers at banks and credit unions. Hiring and retaining talent is a top priority nationwide and everyone is trying to find the best practices for building a successful work culture and compensation packages at all levels. With crisis comes opportunity and in this case, The Great Resignation is showing a surprising silver lining for financial institutions that can capitalize on it.
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