When you become a moveUP Partner with Community First, you’ll join many other local companies that work with Community First to provide credit union membership to their employees and their families. We work with companies of all sizes. It’s a great way to enhance your employee benefits program – at no charge to your company and no contract to sign.
Become a moveUP Partner
You’ll be able to offer the exclusive credit union membership to one of the best credit unions in Northeast Florida. Your employees can then take advantage of the superior rates, access, and friendly service that Community First Credit Union provides.
Your employees will receive the tools and resources they need to improve their financial wellbeing – reducing their stress and improving their work productivity.
How Employees Benefit
- The credit union advantage: Credit unions are not-for-profit financial cooperatives that exist solely to serve their members and the community. As a preferred partner, your company would be able to offer your employees and their families the benefits of credit union membership at no cost to your bottom line.
- Better rates: Your employees would benefit from excellent rates offered by Community First. You can be confident that your employees are getting a great value by banking with us.
- Convenience and service: When you become a moveUP Partner with Community First, we assign you a dedicated relationship manager. Your relationship manager will help you develop a customized roll out plan for your organization and easily explain your new benefit to employees. You just offer the benefit, and we’ll do all the heavy lifting to ensure a smooth and positive experience.
How Employers Benefit
- Employers can expect as much as 3:1 ROI with financial wellness and bank at work programming.1
- Employers with financial wellness programming can save between $750 and $2000 annually for each employee.2
1Ratio of return on investment. (2010). Retrieved September 2, 2015, from Life Benefit
2Delivering Financial Literacy Instruction to Adults, by Garman and Gappinger, ©2001