Some small credit unions are deciding not to offer group health insurance to employees, according to the 2014-2015 CU Staff Benefits Report released by CUNA Thursday.

"Since 2012, the number of credit unions offering group health insurance has dropped 6%, which is mostly attributed to those with between $5 million and $20 million in assets," CUNA said.

According to the report, credit unions with fewer than $100 million in assets were more likely to decrease various staff benefits.

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