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We had an employee who was hired and started work on a Monday. The next day the employee emailed their supervisor informing them that they will not be coming back to work. The employee never turned in any of the following paperwork (W4, I-9, Direct Deposit, etc.). Do I have to pay them for the one day they worked and if so how?
Included in this issue of the Independent:
Implementing Best Security Practices
Upcoming Compliance Road Blocks
Employee Spotlight: Bill Salmonson, VP Lending (NE & IA Markets)
Trends in Employee Performance Reviews
CBO Regional Report: Todd Holzwarth (SD & ND Calling Officer)
Payments Trends and Risk Management
2014 Annual Report
Title: Powering the Future
In today's heightened and increasingly complex regulatory environment, the need for a trusted compliance resource has never been greater.
With this mind, United Bankers' Bank has created UBB Compliance Services.
All aboard for a fun and relaxing cruise around beautiful Lake Okoboji! Shipmates will be treated to a host of food, refreshments, and more!
Join us for in-depth presentations on the current topics affecting the banking industry combined with great networking opportunities and fun. Start the morning off with breakfast and a host of educational speakers. After the morning sessions, attendees will be treated to lunch and an 18 hole golf scramble. Following the scramble, there will be dinner, refreshments, and prizes awarded.
82 million Baby Boomers will ultimately retire, but there are only 45 million Gen Xers available to replace them. The intense competition to land the limited numbers of skilled candidates available has already begun. Job postings are generating fewer candidates than even a few years ago. It will be crucial that we develop and manage our current employees to assume broader responsibilities and leadership roles in the future. Join us on July 21, 22, 23, 28, or 29th as we discuss the importance of developing and managing current employees to assume broader responsibilities and leadership roles in the future.
Join us for a webinar on Aug 13, 2015 at 10:00 AM CDT A written succession plan is essential for your bank not only because auditors are asking for it, but also because it simply makes good business sense. This educational webinar will cover the following: Identifying roles, competencies and knowledge critical to meeting the bank’s strategic plan now and in the future. Assessing high-potential employees and their readiness to assume roles when needed. Designing and monitoring an employee development program to close any gaps. Monitoring progress using a Replacement Organizational Chart.