- Predicting turnover among bank employees
Front line employees are less likely to turnover when matched with jobs that meet their skill level.
- If You Want to Make Them Happy, Get the Job Done
“..customers don’t buy from you because you are attractive, or because of new features that you’ve added to your products. They buy because they want to hire you to do a job for them.”
- Facebook ID theft targets ‘friends’ – The Red Tape Chronicles – MSNBC.com
This illustrates an advantage banks have over up and coming web2.0 sites like Facebook. Most social networking sites are just not mature enough to be trusted yet. A Facebook payment platform might be well received, but they do not have anything resembling the support structure that would be needed to support it.
- NFC is more than just payments
I think that the proliferation of NFC will ultimately raise consumer demand for mobile payments – forcing carriers, banks, manufacturers, and software developers to work together.
- Why the unbanked are unbanked
53% of people without a banking relationship cite credit issues as their number one impediment to having a banking relationship.
- Credit Unions Maintain Their Loan Volume Despite Weak Auto Sales
Credit unions are taking advantage of weak lenders. “Credit union market share [of auto loans] reached 20.8 percent in September, a 3 percent increase over September 2007”
- Crunch Breeds new Banks
The credit crisis might end up being a boom for non-banks with cash to share.