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CUES® Launches Ground Breaking E-Learning Series, CUES Elite Access Virtual Classroom

January 11, 2017

MADISON, Wis.—CUES is pleased to announce CUES Elite Access Virtual Classroom is now available. This online series was designed to maximize educational value, while minimizing travel and time away from work. Each course consists of two, 60 minute live-taught online classroom sessions, plus pre-work and in-between segment assignments.

CUES® Compensation Survey Participation Open Through March

January 4, 2017

MADISON, Wis.—CUES is asking credit unions across the United States to participate in two important industry surveys: CUES Executive Compensation Survey and CUES Employee Salary Survey. Both surveys are open for participation from January 1—March 31.

CUES® Announces Stan Hollen Scholarship for Payments University

January 3, 2017

MADISON, Wis.- In honor of retired CO-OP Financial Services CEO Stan Hollen, CUES is offering two full-tuition scholarships to its Payments University.

CUES Announces eVote Giveaway Winner

December 21, 2016

 

     The County FCU was among 63 credit unions that entered to win by completing the online interest form at cues.org/evote(www.cues.org/evote). 
     CUES eVote can handle a variety of services, including votes regarding mergers and bylaw changes, board elections, and membership surveys. The County FCU will determine how they will use eVote. 
     Credit unions using CUES eVote can choose from two service levels. The full-service option includes vote tallying, customer service for your staff and members, and hybrid elections combining online, phone and paper ballots. With the online only option, credit unions design the ballots, send out emails and gather results, but use eVote's secure platform. 
     CUES eVote’s unique setup also offers an educational component for all directors which includes online training courses, an online discussion and Q&A forum, a subscription to the award-wining Credit Union Management™ magazine, discounted in-person educational opportunities, and a library of sample policies and resources provided by peers. 
     Learn more about CUES eVote: Elect & Educate at cues.org/evote(www.cues.org/evote).  
     Have an iPhone or an iPad? Find content related to voting by downloading the FREE myCUES app. Visit cues.org/mycues(www.cues.org/mycues) for more information.
  
     CUES is a Madison, Wisconsin-based, independent, not-for-profit, international membership association for credit union executives. CUES’ mission is to educate and develop credit union CEOs, directors and future leaders.
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MADISON, Wis.—CUES is pleased to announce The County FCU is the lucky winner of the CUES eVote: Elect & Educate giveaway, valued at up to $13,000.

CUES® Wins Case Against One-Time Partner BVS Performance Solutions

December 9, 2016

MADISON, Wis.— After a lengthy legal process and negotiations, a trial jury recently sided with long-time credit union service organization, CUES.

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