Credit Union Journal's "Best CUs to Work for" study was performed in conjunction with the Best Companies Group, which reviews employer reports on benefits and policies, along with extensive employee surveys to generate the rankings.

"Best Credit Unions to Work for" study was performed in conjunction with the Best Companies Group, which reviews employer reports on benefits and policies, along with extensive employee surveys to generate the rankings. CUs must opt in to be considered; there is no fee to participate. Eligible candidates must be chartered credit unions in the United States with at least 25 employees.

Participating CUs underwent a two-part assessment administered by Best Companies Group.

The results of the assessment determined whether and where an institution appeared on the final list. The first part of the assessment, worth 25 percent, gathered information about each CU's benefits, policies and HR practices. The second part, which accounted for 75 percent of a credit union's score, involved a confidential 78-question survey of employees.

Both data sets are analyzed to determine the ranking. An Employee Feedback Report is available for purchase. To be considered a Best Credit Union to Work for, an institution must meet certain criteria set by CU Journal and/or Best Companies Group. Not all eligible applicants may qualify for the ranking.

For information on applying to next year's ranking, please visit www.bestcreditunionstoworkfor.com.

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