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Upcoming CUNA Mutual Group CU Protection Webinars Focus on Workers' Comp, Employment Practices Liability

Apr 9, 2013 by Lewis Wood

CUNA Mutual Group’s spring Credit Union Protection webinars deal with employees and how credit unions can help keep them healthy and safe while minimizing exposure to costly losses for workers’ compensation and employment practices liability.

NEWS RELEASE:
From CUNA Mutual Group Public Relations
www.cunamutual.com

For more information:  
Phil Tschudy 608.665.7188 philip.tschudy@cunamutual.com
Rick Uhlmann 608.665.8940 rick.uhlmann@cunamutual.com

MADISON, Wis. – CUNA Mutual Group’s spring Credit Union Protection webinars deal with employees and how credit unions can help keep them healthy and safe while minimizing exposure to costly losses for workers’ compensation and employment practices liability.

The April 17 webinar topic is, “The Aging Workplace & Worker Safety.” The number of workers over age 55 has increased rapidly. Presenters will discuss the realities of the aging workforce, the impact it can have on safety, and practical ideas to help reduce disabling workplace injuries that cost businesses millions of dollars annually.

On May 15, CUNA Mutual Group will discuss “Employment Practices.” In these turbulent economic times, workplace discrimination charges and employment practices liability lawsuits are rising. This session will explore the latest workplace issues and actionable steps to help reduce a credit union’s employment practices liability claims exposure.

Registration is now open for these sessions, available exclusively to CUNA Mutual Group’s Fidelity Bond policyholders. All webinars are one hour long and begin at 10 a.m. Central Time.

“The webinars are provided as a no-cost, value-added benefit for policyholders, who can participate without stepping away from their desk,” said Brad Mundine, CUNA Mutual Group senior manager of Credit Union Protection Risk Management.

In 2012, more than 9,000 credit union professionals registered to attend a Credit Union Protection webinar.

Additional live webinars available to CUNA Mutual Group Bond policyholders include:

  • “Communication, Social Media & Crisis Management,” July 24
  • “Insurance Coverage Adequacy,” Aug. 21
  • “Vendor Management: Due Diligence & Liability,” Sept. 18
  • “Cyber Risks: Threats & Loss Control,” Oct. 16, and
  • “Lender Liability,” Nov. 13

To register, go to the Credit Union Protection Resource Center: www.cunamutual.com/cuprotectionwebinars. In addition, you can access recorded sessions in the Webinar library. Participants must be logged in to register for webinars and view recorded sessions. For those without log-in credentials, click on “Register for a User ID” in the My Services section of cunamutual.com.

To view all webinars offered by CUNA Mutual Group visit, www.cunamutual.com/education.

To learn more, follow @CUNAMutualGroup on Twitter, circle +CUNA Mutual Group on Google+, or visit http://www.cunamutual.com/pressroom.

CUNA Mutual Group insurance, retirement and investment products provide financial security and protection to credit unions and their members worldwide. With more than 75 years of true market commitment, CUNA Mutual Group’s vision is unwavering: To be a trusted business partner who delivers service excellence through customer-focused products and market-driven insight. More information on the company is available on the company’s website at www.cunamutual.com.

CUNA Mutual Group is the marketing name for CUNA Mutual Holding Company, a mutual insurance holding company, its subsidiaries and affiliates. Life, accident, health and annuity insurance products are issued by CMFG Life Insurance Company. Property and casualty insurance products are issued by CUMIS Insurance Society, Inc. Each insurer is solely responsible for the financial obligations under the policies and contracts it issues. Corporate headquarters are located in Madison, Wisconsin.

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