The latest from John Pembroke

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Learning for the long haul of this pandemic

Many people thought the pandemic’s disruption would be short-lived. When many credit unions closed their branches this spring, few dreamed that reopening them would happen at a time when ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Your best reopening play is upping your game

In response to the pandemic, the National Basketball Association, Major League Soccer and other leagues have announced plans to create enclosed campuses where their players, coaches and staff members will ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

The NFL, the war for talent, and COVID-19

Hearing the bad economic news of our nation’s high unemployment rate, credit unions might be tempted to think that no one is hiring or developing talent during the current ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Tips for supporting newly remote workers

In these uncertain times, CUES and credit unions have a new thing in common. We have more staff members working more hours remotely than ever before. CUES has a long ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Talent development for execs new to CUs

The credit union landscape is rapidly changing. The competition for top talent is fierce. Combine these two thoughts and it’s not surprising that some credit unions are widening their ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Take extra steps to retain top talent

In our industry, we talk a lot about “table stakes”— things that credit unions have to do just to be in the game. For example, many credit unions offer a ...