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.
Employee Attraction and Retention Research
Talent / Jul 27 2021
Trauma-Informed Services for Credit Union Employees, Part 2
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.