1. AA/EO Compliance for the Higher Ed Federal Government Contractor


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    As higher education federal government contractors, compliance is one of the many responsibilities of colleges and universities. Attorney David McAllister will provide a suggested annual timeline for compliance with the Executive Order, the Rehabilitation Act, VEVRAA, and their Regulations; the streamlined results-oriented approach; and dealing with decentralized decision-making. He will also discuss the Affirmative Action Plan, Placement Goals, Recordkeeping, Analysis of Personnel Activities, and Analysis of Pay. Presented by David J. McAllister, Esq., Reed Smith LLP This webinar was originally broadcast on Nov. 4, 2009 and sponsored by the following Regional HERCs: Greater Chicago, Metro New York & Southern Connecticut, Michigan, and New Jersey/Eastern Pennsylvania/Delaware.

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    • ABA's Keith Leggett celebrates his retirement -- credit unions, too?


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      Here at CUbroadcast, we thought we would start the year off with a true humdinger of an interview... Many credit unions will celebrate and rejoice his retirement, while bankers will celebrate his consistent watchdog efforts of credit union undertakings. No matter your view, American Banker Association's Senior Vice President & Senior Economist Dr. Keith Leggett feels it's his duty keep an eye on credit unions' activities -- even in his post-retirement years. Keep an eye on his CreditUnionWatch blog to stay tuned to his weekly inquiries. Yes, that thorn-in-the-side, CU antagonist Keith Leggett recently announced his retirement from 20 years duty at the ABA. To discover why, we invited him on the show -- along with discovering his dogged motivation to continue poking and prodding credit unions as he does, bringing many of them to a boil on occasion. He likens his efforts to Ahab searching for his white whale. Well, we all know how that story ended -- and so does Keith, as we jokingly examined the metaphor. We also discuss some of the biggest issues he has had with credit unions over the years such as ownership, taxation, FOM, etc. In fact, we dissect why he says credit unions not being taxed have kept them from growing -- as far as membership growth goes. But the last couple years, CUs have had a pretty decent track record in the growth department. We get is unique take on this topic. We also flipped the banking world on its head for a moment and talked about how banks and credit unions can join forces and work together fighting government regulation that has stymied many smaller credit unions and community banks from fully serving their members and customers. Keith calls credit unions and banks cousins -- sometimes getting along, sometimes not. When it comes to regulations, he feels we are all in the same boat -- hopefully, not Captain Ahab's. We wrapped up by talking about his impact on credit unions. Did his persistent scrutiny really have an effect on the industry -- good or bad? If so, how? I think his response will surprise you. Many thanks for Keith being on the show and being a good sport. We look forward to having him back on to discuss more of his watchdog efforts. Enjoy! Visit: www.creditunionwatch.blogspot.com

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      • ABB Smart Grid Center of Excellence


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        Industrial Defender ASM being demonstrated by ABB at their Smart Grid Center of Excellence.

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        • A,B,C's of California Compliance


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          Webinar originally delivered March 25, 2014

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          • A,B,C's of Georgia Compliance


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            Webinar originally delivered on May 1, 2014

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            • About AELERT


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              AELERT members talk about their experiences in the network, and the various ways in which you can be involved. For more information, visit the AELERT website: aelert.net

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              • About DirectEmployers


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                Learn more about DirectEmployers Association.

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                • About FRISS (Business Channel special)


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                  A short peak into the FRISS kitchen in Utrecht, The Netherlands. Business Channel aired the footage in its documentary on Dutch national television earlier this year.

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                  • A candid conversation with CUNA's new President/CEO Jim Nussle...


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                    CUNA's new President/CEO Jim Nussle, who was also an eight-term, Iowa Republican congressman and director of the White House Office of Management and Budget for President George W. Bush, joins us on CUbroadcast to chat about his goals, plans, and issues he'd like to tackle right away. In addition, Nussle nearly made me fall out of my chair when he stated that he was initially a "banker guy." But over the years, as he worked more and more closely with credit unions, his position obviously changed -- now leading one of our industry's largest associations. At the same time, however, he still wants to work with bankers on issues that adversely affect both industries. A very interesting take on this, indeed. He also discusses the credit union industry's growth over the last couple of years, recently exceeding the 100 million member mark. This milestone is a huge achievement, but he says we have to remain focused on the individual member relationship to continue to excel. We also talk a little technology, fraud, and Newt Gingrich in the remainder of the show. So don't miss it. And many thanks to Mr. Nussle for taking time from his schedule to chat with us. Much appreciated and enjoy the show! Visit: www.cuna.org

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