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4 sure ways to get in trouble on social media

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first_imgThe internet has opened up expansive possibilities for financial services professionals. At the same time, the decades-old world wide web still feels a bit like the wild wild west. The rules of engagement are not exactly clear, and hit-or-miss consequences for reckless and rude behaviors only add to the unpredictability of online engagement.Complicating matters is the fact that the internet brings out strange behaviors in otherwise reasonable people. Although lapses in judgment may be temporary, they can have lasting consequences, particularly for professionals in regulated industries like financial services.Luckily for credit union professionals, there are rules in place to help guide appropriate use of the internet. Unfortunately for credit unions, team members still have ample opportunities to make costly mistakes. Here are some of the more common ones our compliance team works with credit unions to guard against:Not following policy: Every credit union should have a social media policy that guides the online behavior of its team members. Beyond simply having the policy in place, credit unions should be updating the document annually at a minimum and providing training on the policy each time it’s updated. New employees should be provided a copy and allowed to ask questions, particularly when it comes to social media use on their personal time. If an employee’s personal social media presence makes it clear they are on staff at a credit union, you may require them to follow the social media policy at all times. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more

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Vancouver Aquarium wins 2015 Travelers Choice Award

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first_imgVancouver Aquarium wins 2015 Traveler’s Choice AwardSuggested Tweet: Vancouver Aquarium adds sea monsters to its family!@VanAqua #ExploreCanadaFor the second year in a row, the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre has won TripAdvisor’s 2015 Travelers’ Choice Award, earning the title of one of the world’s best aquariums by the travel website’s reviewers.The Vancouver Aquarium is home to more than 50,000 animals and is known for its world-class animal care, rescue and rehabilitation efforts, and education programs. More than 35 million people have visited the Aquarium since it opened in beautiful Stanley Park in 1956.Over a decade ago, the Vancouver Aquarium turned its focus to Canada’s Arctic as an area in need of protection. Today, more than 1500 staff and volunteers work tirelessly to make an impact on aquatic conservation, with many species at the aquarium under threat or endangered in the wild, such as the friendly, beguiling beluga whale, found in Churchill, Manitoba.Visitors can attend daily beluga whale, dolphin and sea otter shows and even sign up for an unforgettable hands-on Animal Encounter, followed by the Aquarium’s 4D theatre show and the recently opened Amazon gallery, showcasing a true-to-life recreation of a South American rainforest.For the ultimate oceanic adventure, sleep over at the Aquarium for an exciting night of exploration. Enjoy behind-the-scenes tours and bed down in front of one of the spectacular marine galleries.Until September 7 2015, visitors can experience the Sea Monsters Revealed exhibition. Get to know the most intriguing aquatic creatures ever discovered, including a goliath grouper, a five-metre long mako shark, a predatory Humboldt squid and a metre-long ocean sunfish, the heaviest bony fish in the world.This groundbreaking exhibition uses the revolutionary preservation technique, called plastination, to reveal dissected bodies of these fascinating creatures from the deep sea.Located in Stanley Park, the Vancouver Aquarium is open to visitors from around the world 365 days a year.www.HelloBC.com.auwww.keepexploring.caSource = Vancouver Aquariumlast_img read more

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