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Credit unions plan for the future in numerous ways. They regularly review the competitive landscape, examine potential impacts from environmental and governmental activities, consider financial scenarios, develop new product and service plans, set strategic plans and evaluate organizational readiness.

But what about workforce planning? The NCUA recently required credit unions to establish succession plans to address future planning inadequacies resulting in credit union consolidations.


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