Outgoing ABA Chairman Jeff Szyperski issued a rallying call to bankers to “get [their]whole organization involved” in grassroots advocacy.
A new ABA research study determines how banks are now managing social media in 2019—what they’re doing right and what obstacles still persist.
ABA today launched a new series of videos highlighting the diverse and rewarding career opportunities available in banking today.
“We just never felt like we wanted to join that rhetoric of sameness,” Tim Marshall says of his marketing approach at Bank of Ann Arbor.
Natalie Bartholomew is chief administrative officer at Grand Savings Bank in northwestern Arkansas, but she is probably better known for her popular blog “The Girl Banker,” which provides advice on career advancement and work-life balance for women in banking as well as spotlighting female leaders in financial services.
For Monica Sylvain, chief diversity officer at Louisiana-based IberiaBank, a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion (or DE&I, as it’s increasingly widely known) starts with building community.
How can banks advance the perception that they’re ready to tap into the potential of millennial and Generation Z workers? Two words: Social media.
How banks are striving to create more diverse, equitable and inclusive workforces.
Today’s workforce is more diverse than perhaps any time in previous history. At many banks, it is now common to have four generations of employees working together, from boomers and Gen Xers to millennials and now, Gen Z. Overall, this diversification has been a boon to American business, as it has been shown to drive innovation and improve the customer experience.