Keeping the talent pipeline strong in today’s climate

Published by: Jose Ortiz

September 2, 2020 | TruStage

As the pandemic hit, human resource professionals across the industry were poised for an aggressive recruiting season to find the best, most diverse pool of talent. Needless to say, talent acquisition looks different this year. Even if hiring and recruiting aren’t happening at the same rate as before, the focus on identifying and fostering talent within the credit union industry cannot slow down. In this article, find out more from Alicia Chaney, CUNA Mutual Group Campus Program Manager, about feeding your talent pipeline and providing growth and development opportunities to better serve members through the crisis.

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