LAS VEGAS — Call the message from Neil Goldman’s California/Nevada Credit Union Leagues conference keynote a decidedly mixed bag.
The decline and demise of well-known retailers such as Blockbuster, Kodak and free-standing bookstores offers proof of just how rapidly industries are shifting to keep up with consumers’ needs and wants.
Commitment, collaboration, communication and clowning.
In this interview, Mark talks about why so many new hires fail so quickly, why soft skills are so important now, how the hiring landscape is changing, and more.
Commercial loans from two credit unions will provide the financing for the construction of a new hotel development that will eventually employ hundreds of residents of Pensacola, Fla., according to one of the credit unions that made the loans.
The Ohio Credit Union League, pressing its emphasis on legislative advocacy, is undertaking a revamp of its annual meeting format to include a Columbus “Hike the Hill” at the yearly conclave.
With an eye on sharply strengthening its lobbying strategy, the Ohio Credit Union League announced this week it is revamping its annual meeting format to include for the first time a Columbus “Hike the Hill.”
With two Minnesota mergers still underway, Wings Financial Credit Union has its radar set on expanding its field of membership to the Puget Sound area in Washington.