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If credit unions want to win the war for talent, they must first ensure they have a cohesive and inclusive culture that can retain talent, according to experts.

A cohesive culture where people feel valued naturally acts as a tool for recruiting top talent, the experts indicated. In other words, a reputation in itself is a free method of recruitment – if a credit union is known as a great place to work, people will want to work there. And without a strong culture, you can hire talent, but it will be difficult to keep it.

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