Pace Of Raises Slows

September 2004
Credit Union Journal;9/27/2004, Vol. 8 Issue 39, p1
Trade Publication
Discusses data assembled by Credit Union National Association's Center for Research and Advice for its 2004 Complete Credit Union Staff Salary Survey. Decline of the rate at which credit union executives are seeing pay increases from 2001 to 2003; Average pay increase budgeted by credit unions for full-time management employees for 2004.


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