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HR Performance Management Services:

Developed Exclusively for Wisconsin Credit Unions

 

League Services Corp.'s HR consultants have comprehensive, hands-on experience with Wisconsin credit unions. They can help to enhance the value and limit the risks that come with working with your "other asset": your human resources. Whichever of our HR Performance Management Services you call on our consultants to provide, you will get current, practical, and timely direction and information, designed specifically for Wisconsin credit unions.

 

League Services Corp.'s HR Consulting Team

 

League Services Corp.'s HR consultants have comprehensive, hands-on experience with Wisconsin credit unions. They can help to enhance the value and limit the risks that come with working with your "other asset": your human resources. Whichever of our HR Performance Management Services you call on our consultants to provide, you will get current, practical, and timely direction and information, designed specifically for Wisconsin credit unions.

 

Jo Whiting, Executive VP/Chief Advocacy Officer/General Counsel. Jo WhitingJo Whiting is legal counsel to the Wisconsin Credit Union League & Affiliates. Prior to joining the League, she was an attorney in private practice, where she led her law firm’s Credit Union Group and was a member of the Labor & Employment Team. Jo has been a frequent speaker about compliance at seminars and training sessions for employers, their employees, credit unions, CUNA, and state leagues. She has incorporated her experience and expertise into the development of the programs for these HR Performance Management Services.

 

Contact Jo Whiting
jwhiting@theleague.coop

(262) 408-6044

 

 

 

Mary Bliss

Mary Bliss, Executive VP/COO. Mary Bliss joined the Wisconsin Credit Union League & Affiliates in June of 1978. During her time at The League, Mary established and developed the Human Resources Department where she is now Director. In that position, she designed salary surveys, compensation plans and other HR-related services for the League and its member credit unions.

Currently, Mary's consulting services are available through The League to credit unions across Wisconsin.

 

Contact Mary Bliss
mbliss@theleague.coop

(262) 408-6002


 



HR Consulting ResourcesRestricted

The most current news, highlights, and employment guidance for Wisconsin Credit Unions:

  • HR Question of the Month - common employment questions with practical and understandable answers
  • Employment Alerts - notify you of new federal and state employment news explained for Wisconsin credit unions
  • Links directly to state and federal employment laws and regulations, along with applicable ii Releases
  • Notices of upcoming HR training and seminar courses from The League


Our Services

Employee Handbook
Now your credit union can quickly and easily have a compliant employee handbook customized for Wisconsin. There are two Employee Handbooks from which to choose, both written expressly for Wisconsin credit unions. The Employee Handbook for credit unions with 50 or more employees includes a policy on the Family and Medical Leave Acts and incorporates modifications throughout to ensure compliance. Simply visit the League On-Line Store, select the items that are appropriate, add info about your credit union and you're done.


Human Resource Consulting
Through The League Services Corp.'s HR Performance Management Services, we will provide employment-related consultation desired by your credit union, including topics such as policies, hiring and/or firing, recordkeeping, performance evaluations, position descriptions, wages and hours (exemptions, hours worked, etc.), suspicious activity reporting, absenteeism and leave issues, disability questions, family and medical leave, and internal investigations.


Human Resource InvestigationsRestricted
Internal investigations are formal inquiries into complaints of sexual or other harassment or any misconduct. Conducting a prompt and effective investigation is crucial to correcting any misconduct that may have occurred, to handling a complaint sufficiently internally, thereby lessening the risk that the complaining employee will file a charge or lawsuit.


Human Resource Training
The Human Resource Training Series is a professional development tool for training supervisors and managers in Wisconsin credit unions.