Monica Hovsepian
Sep 3, 2020

As banks adopt more advanced technologies, they need employees who can work alongside machines with creativity and the ability to solve problems.

Community and mutual banks that have survived consolidation and attrition have found that meaningful local involvement extends beyond setting up a table at a summer festival.

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The term talent management is used often and in many different contexts, but what is it really? And why is it important to the success of organizations? We most often think of it as an organization’s efforts to recruit, retain, and train high quality staff members.

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Patty McCord has no time to wait for your slow, methodical—she might add “plodding”—approach to change.

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Financial institutions continue on their quest to discover efficient, productive new methods that meet—and hopefully exceed—the high expectations of banking customers.

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Branch locations are closing and footprints shrinking, but branches continue to play an important part of customer experience.

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What happens when employees at a financial institution admit to committing illegal activities directly related to a company culture? As anyone who follows industry news will tell you, it’s far from a theoretical question.

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Ford recently fired its CEO Mark Fields, seemingly out of the blue.

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Financial institutions have long used float (or flex) staff for scheduling issues such as handling teller line absences.

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When savvy financial marketers ponder “What’s next?” transformation very likely comes top of mind as a path to the answer.

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Somewhere between the concerns of bank marketers and discerning consumers, one essential truth sometimes gets lost: Great customer experience starts with engaged, productive employees.

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