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5 rules for the modern workplace

CBA SmartBrief | May 19, 2015

Work is evolving, and many of the old rules no longer apply, writes Ross Perlin. The steady, 9-to-5 job is a thing of the past, with people increasingly telecommuting, staying on call around the clock, and flitting from project to project. That's providing plenty of new challenges for workers and employers alike, especially when it comes to managing issues such as employee motivation and work-life balance, Perlin writes. Fast Company online (05/18)


Is a bubble forming in peer-to-peer lending?

CBA SmartBrief | May 15, 2015

Democrats draft bill to help small banks, protect Dodd-Frank

CBA SmartBrief | May 19, 2015

CBA's Larson: JPMorgan settlement shows need for FCC action

CBA SmartBrief | May 15, 2015

CFPB requests credit union overdraft fee data from Fiserv

CBA SmartBrief | May 21, 2015

Mortgage firm takes issue with CFPB's claims

CBA SmartBrief | May 18, 2015

CFPB orders PayPal to pay $25M for deceptive practices

CBA SmartBrief | May 20, 2015

BBVA Compass embraces agile workplace to spur innovation

CBA SmartBrief | May 19, 2015

Subprime share of auto loans declines

CBA SmartBrief | May 20, 2015

FICO sees "unprecedented" spikes in ATM debit card theft

CBA SmartBrief | May 20, 2015


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