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As the economy continues to improve and baby boomer executives continue to retire, credit unions are facing new pressures and challenges when it comes to attracting and retaining executive talent, from CEOs to executive and senior vice presidents.

“There was a time when the market had gone south for all of us and few executives were making changes and moving,” Dr. Loretta P. Dodgen, managing partner for human resources firm HCSGroup in Charlotte, N.C., said. “That has changed. We are seeing a lot more movement among the top executives and that is creating a domino effect.”

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