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"We compensate board members more out of a sense of fairness than anything else,” explained Lin Hodges, president/CEO of Associated Credit Union of Norcross, Ga.
Part two of this analysis of credit union board compensation by Credit Union Times. From our July 10 print edition.
The reaction among the roomful of credit union board members was shock and awe. Explanations for board pay vary as do questions raised.
I’m very much what you see is what you get. I feel the need to forewarn bosses that I will always be honest with them, and occasionally more honest than I should be for self-preservation. I’m respectful about it and always do it for the right reasons, but there you...