Compliance Center: Requirements of Oregon’s Sick Time Law

Oregon’s new sick time law took effect January 1. Your compliance report this week details what credit unions need to know.

Compliance Center: Requirements of Oregon’s Sick Time Law

Oregon’s new sick time law took effect January 1. Your compliance report this week details what credit unions need to know.

NCUA Outlines Diversity Best Practices

The policy statement does not create any new compliance obligations, and the Administration will collect voluntary self-assessments from credit unions in order to understand diversity trends in the industry.

Fear of Retaliation: How to Protect Whistleblowers and Prevent Lawsuits

Government statistics say it’s a pervasive and growing problem in the U.S.: employers retaliating against employees who are involved in reporting a co-worker’s wrongdoing. How can credit unions protect whistleblowers who report discrimination, harassment or other misconduct – not to mention the credit union itself and anyone else involved?

Washington Legislative Week in Review: Bills Must Clear Committees Today

Bills that fail to clear committees today and those that aren’t considered in their house of origin by Feb. 18 will not advance in this year’s 60-day Washington legislative session. But HB 2140, the NWCUA-sponsored credit union merger bill, has already been unanimously approved by the House.

Navigate the Social Media Minefield

Recent media reports about companies asking staff for their Facebook passwords highlight a larger challenge facing HR professionals: in the world of HR management, nothing changes faster than the social media landscape—and the laws and regulations surrounding it.

Robert Siravo Fined $600,000, Banned from Federally Insured Credit Union Employment

WesCorp’s former CEO has been slapped with a prohibition order and a $600,000 fine by the National Credit Union Administration. The move closes another chapter in the corporate failure saga that cost credit unions billions and called into question the regulator’s oversight during the collapse.

The IRS Hosts Two Free Webinars in May

The IRS is hosting a pair of free webinars in May to help financial institutions stay safe, sound and compliant. The first will focus on identity theft and online fraud, with the second covering employment law.

FTC Warns Marketers That Mobile Apps May Violate Fair Credit Reporting Act

The Federal Trade Commission has warned marketers of six mobile background-screening apps that they may be violating the Fair Credit Reporting Act, which is designed to protect privacy and ensure the accuracy of consumer report information.

What Credit Unions Can Expect from the 2012 Economy

Catalyst Corporate Federal Credit Union gives credit union professionals an inside look at what’s to come in 2012.

CMG’s Jeff Post Sees Slow Economic Improvement

Business Solutions: Information from the League’s Business Partners