MADISON, Wis. – According to a recent 2003 CUES Staffing Manual, for the first time since 1998 turnover is down in credit unions. With the average percentage of employees leaving in the past 12 months standing at 17.8%. The manual also finds that over the past three years, credit unions are trying to "do more with less" employees. Given these numbers, the value of human resources and credit union training are increasing with some 90% of credit unions setting aside a formal training budget, up from 87% in 2000. Curious how your credit union measures up? Take a look at some other interesting findings below:

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