In addition to his highly publicized comments on trade and other political issues, the CEO of JPMorgan Chase used his annual letter to underscore the importance of job training for low-wage workers and call attention to an FDIC proposal that encourages banks to hire workers who have been convicted of minor crimes.
Strong policies against sexual harassment appear to be a factor in shielding banks from the public shamings that have occurred in other industries, but even they know they can’t get too complacent. Some are ditching old training sessions and trying new things like coaching witnesses on how to report demeaning behavior.
More than 70% of women mortgage professionals have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace, but these incidents go drastically underreported, according to a recent Mortgage Bankers Association survey.
The days of having an employee who happily works at the drive-through window for 30 years are over. So what’s a bank to do about its branch staff now? Bank of Tennessee has some ideas that it expects will appeal to millennials.
From better understanding consumer priorities to expertly managing career advancement, here's a look at key success strategies that female financial services executives shared at the Most Powerful Women in Banking LEAD Conference.