Lately, the majority of your focus has probably been on your daily operations, but with 2020-2021 CUNA Environmental Scan (E-Scan), available July 1, you can lean on credible insights from top industry experts to start guiding future plans. CUNA E-Scan offers forecasting on 10 major trends impacting the credit union industry. New this year, CUNA E-Scan will be providing a Fall 2020 update to all purchasers as trends evolve. Gain insights on trends including:Invest in the employee experienceCollaboration is central to cybersecurity readinessThe expanding gig economyBuild an inclusive culture“CUNA E-Scan report gives our credit union clear and concise information and summaries of the trends affecting credit unions as we look to the plan for the next few years. It helps to focus our management and board as we work through our strategic planning process.”-Karyn Davis, vice president, UP Federal Credit UnionLearn more by attending the free recorded Industry Insights Affecting Strategic Planning webinar or by visiting cuna.org/escan. 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Broome County Executive Jason Garnar announced the death of 9th county resident due to COVID-19. Garnar says they were a female in their 80s. There are 136 active cases of the virus. 39 people have recovered. In total, 184 cases have been confirmed in Broome County. The New York Primary has been moved to June 23 from April 28. The health department is asking anyone who entered the business on April 10 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. or April 11 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to self quarantine. Additionally, Mental Health Association of the Southern Tier is conducting services remotely. To learn more, call 607-771-8888 or got mhast.org. For a map detailing where active cases are located, click here. Broome County Mental Health remains operational to meet with patients. Appointments are done remotely via zoom. Public Safety Announcement — Pack & Mail Employee tests positive Symptoms of COVID-19 include: (WBNG) — The Broome County Health Department was made aware of an Endwell Pack & Mail employee that tested positive for COVID-19 on April 16. The new early voting schedule is June 13 to 21. Mental Health Coronavirus numbers Mental health services are still active in Broome County. Additionally, you no longer need an excuse for absentee voting. New York Primary They say the quarantine period will end on April 28. Broome County April 17 coronavirus update CoughingFeverShortness of breath For more information, go to Broomevotes.com.