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CUNA HR Professional eSchool with CUDoctor

Event Date: Nov 29 - Dec 20, 2021

This eSchool is available to CUNA Training Bundle users at no additional cost.

Get insights on how to form and support an effective team in the current and future HR landscape. In the wake of the pandemic, roles and responsibilities have changed significantly. Learn how to set expectations, strengthen your team and ensure they have the tools they need to succeed. Attend sessions designed by instructors who work directly with credit unions on their unique challenges.

Who Should Attend

This eSchool is beneficial for HR professionals, HR compliance professionals and senior staff/C-suite of smaller credit unions who work in HR.

This event is endorsed by CUNA Human Resources & Organizational Development Council.


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Product Code: ES4HRP21

November 29, 2021 // 1:00-2:30 p.m. CT
Speaker: Diane Reed

Sometimes, poor performance is due to poor management. Sometimes, it’s due to an unmotivated or incompetent employee. This session takes a look at poor performance and guides attendees in identifying the issue(s) behind the lackluster performance, assessing how to improve performance and coaching the poor performer into improvement.

Attendees in this session will:

  • Receive sample plan objectives
  • Learn a variety of performance-driven evaluation metrics
  • Learn how to evaluate and determine the effectiveness of numerous management strategies

Regulations/Laws Addressed:

  • Equal Opportunity Act
  • Fair Labor Standards Act

December 6, 2021 // 1:00-2:30 p.m. CT
Speaker: Michael Barnsback

The recent pandemic has made it more evident than ever that HR is a moving target. Laws and regulations are constantly changing, which means our internal documents and policies need to be constantly changing as well - including your employee handbook.

Attendees in this session will:

  • Determine which policies are necessary
  • Determine which policies can be eliminated 
  • Evaluate changes in federal law and regulations that may require policy updates
  • Review work from home policies
  • Discover how to implement, communicate and train your new employees on the handbook

December 13, 2021 // 1:00-2:30 p.m. CT
Speaker: Michael Barnsback

A poorly drafted job description can cause more trouble than many realize. A well drafted job description is the first line of defense in classification, compensation and termination issues, as well as many other classic HR compliance violations.

Attendees in this session will:

  • Understand the role of job descriptions in the HR process
  • Appreciate the elements of an effective job description in describing essential functions
  • Discuss sample job descriptions in group exercise

Regulations Addressed:

  • Fair Labor Standards Act
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Title VII of the Civil Rights Act

December 20, 2021 // 1:00-2:30 p.m. CT
Speaker: Diane Reed

It’s now imperative you not only “go digital” but fully understand social media and the place it has in your hiring strategy. But, watch out! Like most areas of HR and the financial services industry, social media is full of compliance landmines and legal pitfalls.

Attendees in this session will:

  • Explore the web’s top digital recruiting sites
  • Learn how to evaluate your web presence from the perspective of a potential hire
  • Determine the key components of the perfect online ad
  • Consider the differences between online and over-the-phone screening practices
  • Examine new, compliant methods for evaluating potential hires via social media

Regulations/Laws Addressed:

  • Equal Opportunity Act
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act
  • Title VII of the Civil Rights Act