Employee communications

How we select the Best Credit Unions to Work For


The annual ranking, a collaboration between Credit Union Journal and the Best Companies Group, involves surveying employees and reviewing each institution's workplace policies.


The Best Credit Unions to Work For


The coronavirus has created unprecedented challenges for employers but these credit unions rose to the occasion.


In these trying times for bankers, a little humor can go a long way


Laughter in the workplace helps boost employee morale, something critically needed in 2020.


Financial services industry struggles to emerge from lockdown


Our third monthly survey found almost six out of 10 employers report that their plans for the return to work are stymied by uncertainty — specifically, a lack of clarity on the right timing, and persistent questions about how to provide a safe environment for their employees.


Bankers need to walk the walk on equality


The global protests in the wake of George Floyd’s death should serve as a reminder that the banking industry must do more to support minority employees and customers.


Move over, tech. Banks must focus on their teams, values.


Banks are so caught up in the newest technology trends that they lose sight of the need to build a talented workforce and a purpose-driven organization.


Don't misread restructurings and layoffs as a sign of weakness


In some cases bankers' willingness to close branches and cut staff is a testament to their company's strength.


What tech managers can do about gender imbalance


There are several steps bankers can take to help create an environment that supports women in tech, an area historically dominated by men.


Small banks don’t have to win the tech race to come out ahead


Good customer service, layered with new technology, gives community banks an advantage over big banks.


Best Banks to Work For


See the perks employees get at the 85 financial institutions that made our sixth annual Best Banks to Work For list.