The CFPB answers discrimination allegations by giving all employees top annual review scores and retroactive pay.
The bureau's new OMWI report also says employees question the new pass/fail performance review system.
The bureau will also retroactively give all employees top ratings and spend $5 million on raises for everyone, regardless of performance.
Incoming NCUA Board Member J. Mark McWatters also touts transparency and cost-benefit analysis for rulemaking.
New NCUA board member says he looks forward to addressing the challenges facing the credit union industry.
Program is part of the bureau’s “Know Before You Owe” mortgage initiative.
EVP John Magill leaves before CUNA names its new CEO.
The CFPB extends fee estimations five more years, but finalizes the 100 transaction annual compliance threshold.
The NCUA is reviewing the second quarter violators to determine how many have mitigating circumstances that would wave penalties.
Stephen Pleger succeeds Mike Wettrich, who will become president/CEO of Education First Credit Union in Ohio.