June 09, 2021

ICYMI: May-June NAFCU Journal offers insights on post-COVID remote work, compliance

The May-June edition of The NAFCU Journal is available on the association's  virtual hub and includes several recurring columns featuring important industry trends and valuable insights from NAFCU and credit union leaders. 

NAFCU Vice President of Research and Chief Economist Curt Long’s column, “The Bottom Line,” is the first of part of a three part series that discusses remote work following the coronavirus pandemic.

“Prior to the pandemic, remote workers were a small but growing part of the labor force. Based on surveys conducted by the Labor Department, it is estimated that just over 10 percent of workers teleworked one or more days per week prior to the pandemic,” writes Long. “That number jumped to nearly 40 percent in a Labor Department survey conducted in May 2020.”

In the column, Long analyzes the latest findings and estimates for post-COVID remote work.

Additionally, in this edition’s Compliance Central column, NAFCU Regulatory Compliance Counsel Loran Jackson dives into NCUA’s fair lending exams and what it means for credit unions.

Each edition of The NAFCU Journal also includes feature articles that offer credit unions a deeper look into the industry’s most important topics.

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