MADISON, Wis.—CUES has released its 2019 Executive Compensation Survey Executive Summary to the industry; providing insights into credit union salary and compensation trends across the country.
This valuable data can be used to help credit unions build compensations models to attract and retain top talent.
Key findings from this year’s report include:
- All positions saw pay increases, but the average percentage increase was lower in this year’s report as compared to the growth experienced in the prior year’s report.
- More than 20% of CEOs were reported to have the CCE designation.
- The top four factors driving CEOs bonuses were earnings, board evaluation, loan growth, and membership growth.
Report data comes from credit unions who participated in CUES Executive Compensation Survey and/or CUES Employee Salary Survey. Participation for both surveys is open annually from January 1 to March 31.
CUES Executive Compensation Survey features valuable compensation trends, tools and data to help credit unions attract and retain well qualified professionals.
CUES Employee Salary Survey offers pertinent data to attract new hires, and valuable tools to ensure credit unions retain their top employees
To learn more about CUES Compensation Surveys or to purchase access to this exclusive data, visit cues.org/Surveys. CUES Unlimited+ members receive this data as a member benefit.
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