CUES Compensation Week offers free online learning opportunities

MADISON, WI (March 31, 2014) —To help credit union leaders keep their finger on the pulse of compensation trends, CUES is pleased to offer a week-long series of free Webinars covering vital salary topics. Register now for these sessions at ( ):

– Putting the Tools in Place to Ensure a Seamless Transition of Leadership, April 14—1:00-2:00 p.m. Central time. Discover best practice tools and tips to create a successful succession plan.

– Is Your Leadership Continuity Strategy Aligned with Today’s Market Trends?, April 15—1:00-2:00 p.m. Central time. Focus on retention and recruiting efforts, and learn if they are meeting the evolving needs of your top executives.

– Seven Best Practices for Retirement Plans, April 16—1:00-2:00 p.m. Central time. Covers ways to measure your retirement plan’s performance and other key best practices.

– Strategic Succession Planning, April 17—1:00-2:00 p.m. Central time. Learn when to start succession planning, and how to manage expectations of potential internal candidates. Attendees will receive a succession planning risk assessment tool and an organization readiness assessment.

– Executive Compensation Dialogue, April 17—2:00-3:00 p.m. Central time. Discuss how executive benefits, retirement plan services, succession planning, and recruitment services all play a role in your credit union’s success. Attendees of Executive Compensation Dialogue will also get a sneak peek at the preliminary information appearing in the 2014 CUES Executive Compensation Survey Executive Summary, due out in June.

CUES is currently offering a $50 gift card to all those who participate in CUES Executive Compensation Survey by April 30, 2014. New and repeat participants are eligible.

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The Credit Union Executives Society is a Madison, Wisconsin-based, independent, not-for-profit, international membership association for credit union executives. Its mission is to educate and develop credit union CEOs, directors and future leaders.

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