CUBE TV is the MCUL's online video portal, with regular updates of topics and information for CUs:
CU National Update: For the week of Jan. 27, CUBE TV's Mona Shand has the latest on the ongoing fallout from the Target data breach and how this affects credit unions future security protocols. Also, the NCUA is looking for comments on the Bank Secrecy Act. And in this week's CU Community Spotlight, a Ohio credit union is celebrating 50 years of service with 50 acts of kindness.
CUs in the News: Option 1 CU Goes on WOOD-TV to discuss getting financially fit for 2014.
CU Compliance Connection: The long awaited FFIEC Social Media Guidance has been issued. The guidance does not implement additional requirements, but it does require that credit unions review their processes and procedures in relation to social media services and interactions with members to ensure that all Federal and state regulations and laws are being followed.
Product Showcase: Employee performance reviews are a hassle. If you want to be rescued from doing employee appraisals the burdensome, old-fashioned paper evaluation form or spreadsheet way – then Performance Pro, the online performance management and workforce development system from HRN Performance Solutions is here to save the day! You’ll be able to transform your organization’s traditional performance evaluation process – easily and affordably – with this user-friendly talent management solution developed by human resource experts.
Special Reports: The following is a rebroadcast of the 2013 MCUL Grand Raffle Drawing and Legislative Update live stream; the drawing was held at 9 a.m., Nov. 18, 2013, at the MCUL & Affiliates' Lansing Office. This year's 2013 MCULLAF Grand Raffle brought in $226,725 toward our Federal (MCULLAF) PAC Goal. A total of 45,345 tickets were sold by 150 credit unions. The winning ticket number is 46398. Delta County CU sold the winning ticket.
Education & Events: The New York Times best-selling author and entrepreneur Josh Linkner shares powerful insights into creativity, risk-taking, and reward. Find out how your credit union can benefit from what Linkner calls “Disciplined Dreaming.”