ECS Announces 10th Annual Survey Call to Participate

COVINA, CA (June 7, 2013) Executive Compensation Solutions (“ECS”) has launched its call to participate in The Survey: Employee & Executive Compensation & Benefits Survey for the Credit Union Movement, marking the 10th year ECS will provide credit unions and their boards with a primary resource in the decision making process. The Survey provides important statistical and peer group data to assist in the design of compensation and benefit plans for key value creators that are meaningful, reasonable, and competitive.

“We are proud that for 10 years, credit unions nationally have participated in The Survey so that we can deliver reliable information relevant to asset size and geographic region, as well as identify and share industry trends across the Credit Union Movement” says Director of Marketing, Erin Tuckerman. “The Survey has become a valuable resource for credit union boards when designing appropriate compensation philosophies and practices that serve to attract, retain and reward leadership talent.”

ECS is pleased to announce their continuing partnership with Credit Unions for Kids as its chosen charity to accompany The Survey. For each credit union that participates, ECS will make a $10 donation to Credit Unions for Kids.

Credit unions will have an open window to respond online in a secure and user-friendly format through the ECS website at Click on “The Survey 2013 Questionnaire” link to be directed to the secure site to complete the questionnaire. If you would like additional information on The Survey and how to participate, please contact Pam Wheatley at (626) 914-2333 or

Credit Unions for Kids, the brand under which credit unions fundraise for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, was launched in 1996.Since that time credit unions have raised over $110 million for children’s hospitals across the United States.

Executive Compensation Solutions (ECS) has been consulting on executive compensation and benefits since 1970. We work exclusively with credit unions to develop compensation and benefit structures that align the interests of credit union boards and executives, and support the objectives of the credit union membership. For more information please contact us at (626) 914-2333 or

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