More companies are helping employees to healthier lifestyles and long-term financial security, two trends likely to grow because of rising health insurance costs and uncertainties over Social Security benefits and diminishing corporate pension plans.
In the hit TV show How I Met Your Mother, Barney, a successful yet self-absorbed businessman played hilariously by Neil Patrick Harris, impulsively accepts a bet to run a full New York Marathon with no training – all in the name of showing his friends just how easy it is...
Doug Petersen, president/CEO of the $880 million Workers’ Credit Union in Fitchburg, Mass., recalls asking the president/CEO of a small credit union why he chose Workers’ to consider a merger deal.
National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union in Maryland is providing charging spaces for NIH employees who drive electric vehicles to work.
Mergers and acquisitions in the credit union industry are expected to continue for years to come and the focus on making them work needs to follow.
This past month at the Credit Union Leadership Forum’s Edu-Leader Leadership Learning Series we focused on innovation, which can be one of the most challenging issues for credit unions.
Employees of 740 water and wastewater facilities across Indiana will have access to financial products and services with Utilities Employees Credit Union.
Innovation requires dexterity, focusing on execution for the near-term while creating for the future.
Now we shine the spotlight on those women who have been tirelessly dedicated to providing support to credit unions.