The Ledger: Investing in the “Great Reshuffle”

Move over, Great Resignation: Many business leaders are now choosing to see this seismic shift as an opportunity. They’re using it as a chance to assess and maximize the roles and strengths of their teams, according to the LinkedIn 2022 Workplace Learning Report.

The Ledger: Compliance Concerns

Despite a positive 2022 outlook, industry-specific concerns continue to weigh on community banks, according to Wolters Kluwer’s 2021 Regulatory & Risk Management Indicator survey.

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The Ledger: Cybersecurity concerns

Hackers and fraudsters prey on consumers’ lack of cybersecurity hygiene, whether it’s reusing weak passwords or having overconfidence in digital tools. A recent Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) poll reveals opportunities to teach cybersecurity practices to customers.

40 Under 40: Emerging Community Bank Leaders awards

40 Under 40 is a nomination-based award that recognizes up-and-coming community bankers who demonstrate exceptional potential in leadership, innovation and community work. Winners are featured in the June issue. Learn more and find out how you can nominate! Sponsored by FIS.

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The Ledger: 2022’s economic outlook

Recent forecasts from the Conference Board’s U.S. Economic Outlook paint a picture of an improving economy—with some inflation and supply chain challenges.

The Ledger: The importance of good managers

The pandemic gave many workers an opportunity to rethink their careers in what’s been described as the “Great Resignation.” A recent Predictive Index report reveals that effective management is correlated with staff retention.

The Ledger: A digital shake-up

Last year changed many Americans’ lifestyles, including how they spend their money. HootSuite’s annual review of U.S. digital and buying habits reveals how we’ve shifted our use of devices and what we use them to spend money on.

The Ledger: Breach detectors

Verizon’s annual report on U.S. data breaches in 2020 shows businesses’ data is increasingly being exposed by internal errors, but they’re discovering them much more quickly.

The Ledger: Planning compliance costs

Planning for the next year means looking back. A 2020 FDIC, Federal Reserve and Conference of State Bank Supervisors survey of community banks reveals how they’re planning for compliance and risk.