CUNA has released the 2016-2017 CUNA Staff Salary Report, which provides exhaustive data on compensation trends for credit unions nationwide, and updated the data for CUNA Compensation Analytics, a cloud-based tool that allows users to find and extract compensation benchmarking information from the report according to their self-selected specifications.
“These two products are the centerpiece of our compensation resources offerings,” said Jon Haller, CUNA’s director of corporate and market research. “Credit union professionals in need of guidance on the difficult compensation issues they will face in the coming year should seriously consider either or both of these resources, which are packed with data and insights for credit unions of every stripe.”
Available in print and PDF format, the 2016-2017 CUNA Staff Salary Report accumulates data on nearly 100 job titles collected from more than 1,200 credit unions through an in-depth national survey. The report features hard numbers on all aspects of compensation, including base salaries, bonuses and incentives. Data in the report is organized categorically by asset size, location, membership size and a range of other factors.
Through its online search portal, CUNA Compensation Analytics empowers users to quickly pull data from the report according to specific parameters they choose, including asset size, region, number of full-time employees and amount of loans outstanding. The program presents its collected data in an easy-to-read table that can be easily exported into emails, reports or presentations.