The ghost story that keeps bankers up at night.
A “culture ambassador” is essentially a company cheerleader—someone who’s always engaged and enthusiastic about building, maintaining, and sharing an excellent culture within a workplace. Banks need culture ambassadors to show both potential customers and potential employees what separates them from the competition.
To exceed customers’ expectations, banks can’t just buy new technology. They need to have a team—and culture—that fuels innovative thinking.
As the U.S. Department of Labor continues to examine potential revisions to the Obama administration’s “overtime rule” – which was adopted in 2016 but never took effect due to a federal judge’s ruling later that year — the department has scheduled an additional public “listening session” on Oct. 17 in Washington, D.C.