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At first mention, the phrase "the pandemic" might instantly conjure up images of masks and global shutdowns. But from a human resources and workplace culture perspective, it's had a significant impact on the landscape of recruiting and retaining good talent. With the mass exodus of employees during the Great Resignation to the more recent trends of "quiet quitting" and "quiet firing," coupled with economic concerns, it's no wonder credit unions are in a state of change with their talent acquisition and retention strategies.

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