Workforce management

Deutsche Bank mulling 20% reduction in U.S. workforce: Report


The German banking giant isn’t targeting a specific level of cuts in the U.S. and the final figure will depend on each business line’s decisions, a source said. The U.S. makes up about one-tenth of its global workforce.


How artificial intelligence is reshaping jobs in banking


More than 1 million jobs will be lost to AI by 2030, according to one estimate. But new jobs are also being created. Are banks and their employees ready?


Take bold steps to improve bank culture


Financial institutions can begin to reduce the number of rogue employees and put a stop to bad behavior.


How one small bank increased lending without hiring more lenders


Millennium Bank in Tennessee has quickened approval times on loan applications by using software that frees lenders from repetitive, manual tasks. The result: Loan balances have increased by more than 50% in less than two years.


Capital One's bot likes 'The Bachelor,' and bankers shrug off Amazonophobia


Eno likes reality TV, says Capital One's head of artificial intelligence. Who's afraid of big, bad Amazon? Not Nandita Bakhshi. Goldman Sachs won’t be breaking any glass ceilings. Plus, a study on sexual harassment in banking.


HR’s culture shift: Tackling workplace sexual harassment while navigating legal definitions


Human resources professionals are looking to fight bad behavior driven by upper management.


They are Spartans: The call of duty is strong at Kasasa


With the U.S. military in mind, the Texas bank's CEO, Gabe Krajicek, created a corporate culture where employees name themselves after the legendary warriors and operate under a mission to "win the war."


The rewards of ‘amazingly flat’ management: Innovation, employee loyalty


Many of the companies named to this year’s Best Fintechs to Work For ranking share a willingness — even an eagerness — to involve rank-and-file staff in decisions about how the company is run.


Bank Holding Companies with the Most Employees


Full-time equivalent, as of Sep. 30, 2017. Dollars in thousands.


JPMorgan plans new Manhattan headquarters for 15,000 workers


The nation's largest bank plans to consolidate employees from multiple office buildings into the 2.5 million-square-foot building. Construction is expected to be completed in 2024.