Credit unions should consider how physical workplace design and policies can affect workers of diverse backgrounds. They must consider this...
Employee Attraction and Retention Research
DEI / Feb 25 2022
Bridging the Spatial Divide: A Guide to Achieving Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Physical Work Environments
Talent / Jul 27 2021
Trauma-Informed Services for Credit Union Employees, Part 2
This study explores how credit unions have been operating during the pandemic and identifies emerging themes for credit union leaders to consider as they plan next steps.
Talent / Jun 07 2021
Trauma-Informed Services for Credit Union Employees, Part 1
Beyond the physiological effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, credit union leaders also need to address the mental health impact of COVID-19 on their staff.
Talent / Feb 03 2021
Employee Attraction and Retention in the Shadow of COVID-19
This report provides guidance for the ways credit unions should endeavor to attract and retain top talent in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Talent / Jun 01 2020
Winning by Losing: A Case Study of Alumni Effects on Credit Union Recruitment
Talent loss is a challenge for all organizations, and credit unions are no exception. How can the departure of talented employees be leveraged in attracting top talent?
Talent / May 20 2019
Leveraging Employee Loss for Employee Gain
Within most organizations, employee recruitment and turnover are inextricably linked. The questions of whom to recruit and when to recruit...
Talent / Jun 28 2018
Diving Headfirst into the (Applicant) Pool: How Employee Attraction Impacts Employee Retention
This report uses credit union human resources data to investigate the process of generating potential applicants, and identifies various conditions...
Talent / Dec 28 2018
Young Professionals: Will They Come? Will They Stay? Or Will They Go?
What Filene’s research says about the state of attraction and retention of young adults at credit unions.