Inside vs. Outside

Dernovsek, Darla
August 2012
Credit Union Magazine;Aug2012, Vol. 78 Issue 8, p20
Trade Publication
The article discusses the biasness done by search committees towards the internal candidates during the task of replacing a chief executive officer (CEO). According to the Complete Credit Union Staff Salary Survey of 2012-2013 conducted by the Credit Union National Association, almost half of the credit union search committees consider internal applicants while the rest consider both internal as well as external applicants during the replacement of a CEO.


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