CUs Emphasize CEO Retention

September 2016
Credit Union Directors Newsletter;Sep2016, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p3
Trade Publication
The article discusses the forecast on the increase of credit unions chief executive officers total compensation report on the end of 2015 according to the nonprofit organization Credit Union National Association (CUNA) report. Thus, evaluation of CEO salary and compensation helps employees retention in the company.


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