In today’s tight job market, competitive compensation and benefits are table stakes in attracting, recruiting, and retaining talent. What is...
People truly are your greatest asset. Without the right talent, a credit union's mission and strategy can fall flat and attraction and retention take effort.
This research focus taps into top academic minds with expertise on real-world talent challenges and connects credit unions to solutions for developing engaged employees and improved performance.
Talent / May 31 2019
Workplace Design as a Strategic Human Capital Management Tool, Part 1
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 / May 06 2019
Incentive Pay: Research and Guidance for Credit Unions
Is incentive or variable pay worthwhile for credit unions? The short answer: it depends. Small-scale programs, when carefully managed, may...
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.
Talent / Nov 08 2018
Formalizing the Art of Board Composition
A board of directors can make or break the success of a credit union. Yet credit unions sometimes find board...
Talent / Nov 16 2018
Best Practices are Dead. Experiment Instead!: Research in Action Recap
It’s easy to assume that a policy adopted by industry leaders will lead to success for your organization. But what...
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 / Sep 15 2017
The Laws of Attraction: Credit Union Recruitment in a Competitive Labor Market
A large hurdle today for many credit unions is attracting and retaining talented employees. This report lays out the key...