‘Be a lifelong learner’ and other HR insights

first_imgSuzanne Oliver, senior vice president of talent and member development/governmental affairs at $5.1 billion asset Mountain America Credit Union, West Jordan, Utah, received the Professional of the Year Award during the 2016 CUNA Human Resources & Organizational Development Council Conference.She recently discussed her approach to developing staff talent with Credit Union Magazine.CU Mag: You started as a loan officer. How has that helped in your current role developing talent?Oliver: My time working in the branches and serving our members directly enables me to keep their perspective in mind as we create and launch initiatives.It also affects the approaches we take in talent development and member education.I remember what it’s like to be in a member-facing role and the responsibilities and challenges our employees face, as well as the impact they have on our members’ lives as they assist in meeting members’ financial needs. continue reading » 7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Investment: Reading the market

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Indonesia receives 58 foreign aid packages for COVID-19 relief: Foreign Minister

first_imgThe Foreign Ministry said on Thursday that Indonesia had received 58 international aid packages for COVID-19 relief. They came from foreign governments, international organizations, NGOs and the private sector.Foreign Minister Retno LP Marsudi said that nine of the aid packages had come from foreign governments, 42 from NGOs and the private sector and seven from international organizations.“The governments of China, Japan, the United States, Singapore, Vietnam, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand and the United Arab Emirates have sent aid,” Retno said at a virtual press briefing in Jakarta on Thursday. The Foreign Ministry said it would prioritize seven kinds of medical equipment to be accepted, namely personal protective equipment, N95 and surgical masks, rapid testing kits, virus transfer media (Dacron swabs), ventilators, RT-PCR with reagent and thermometers (infrared and thermal).“Amid this pandemic, Indonesia’s diplomacy will continue with two main focuses, namely citizen protection and international cooperation facilitation,” Retno said.Although every country, she added, was busy with their domestic affairs, especially in addressing the spread of COVID-19, the spirit of collaboration remained.“It is the spirit that can help us fight the COVID-19 pandemic,” Retno said.According to the WHO, the pandemic has spread to 211 territories around the world. As of Wednesday, more than 1.3 million cases have been confirmed with nearly 80,000 deaths.Topics : The seven international organizations that have given aid packages to Indonesia are the World Health Organization, the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Global Fund, and UNICEF.In addition, Indonesia has received 42 assistance packages from NGOs and private enterprises in nine countries, namely China, Singapore, South Korea, Vietnam, France, Russia, Germany, Japan and Sweden.Read also: Public health and Indonesia’s foreign policy in time of coronavirus“Most of the aid is in the form of masks, rapid testing kits and personal protective equipment,” Retno said.last_img read more