The CIRT survey remains open until the end of this week. Credit unions are encouraged to submit their powerful stories and data now.
Category: Public Awareness
Analytics show the campaign’s messaging is resonating — especially in the Northwest.
Credit unions are urged to fill out the CIRT survey this month for the upcoming legislative session.
As the U.S. General Election rapidly approaches, credit unions can help encourage their employees and members to #GetOutTheVote.
The Oct. 20 webinar will share campaign data from May through July and provide insight on Northwest and national performance.
Data and stories will tell the big-picture story of how credit unions have served members, Main Street, and their communities throughout 2019 and during COVID-19.
Farleigh Wada Witt summarizes key regulatory changes for employers related to the Oregon Family Leave Act and Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
Credit union law firm, Farleigh Wada Witt, provides guidance on the Act and encourages credit unions to review and update their nondiscrimination policies and employee handbooks.
As the Nov. 3 election date nears, credit unions are encouraged to get the word out on important dates regarding voter registration and absentee ballots.
Tilden dissects the Bostock v. Clayton County court case and outlines best practices for credit unions moving forward.
Four credit unions are collaborating to distribute the funds, and other Oregon credit unions can refer their members. Applications are due by Aug. 17.
Credit unions have just 10 days left to submit their nominations for the Dora Maxwell, Louise Herring, and Desjardins awards.
Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union Campaign’s Consumer-Facing Website Sees Record-Breaking Nationwide Traffic
June data suggests the campaign’s re-tooled messaging directly addressing financial security is resonating.
Chief Financial Officer, Curt Robson, has retired from the corporation after three decades of service.
Oregon regulator Janet Powell encourages credit unions to invest more time being present in their communities and speaking with members.
CIRT data collection for 2019 and 2020 to kick off this summer.
NWCUA convenes credit unions for a briefing on the state’s reopening policies.
Credit union leaders hear perspectives from legislators who also wear hats as public health authorities and business owners.