Why YOU should partner with Quest Credit Union
Studies have shown that employees who are debt-free or financially organized are more likely to be attentive, healthier workers. The reason—they are less like to be stressed, which can cause illnesses and absenteeism; and they are more likely to be focused on the work at hand, which may help reduce workplace accidents and increase productivity.
Quest Credit Union has lower rates and fees, higher earnings on checking and savings, and Guaranteed Free Savings Accounts. So, offering your employees the free benefit of membership to Quest may be one step towards a healthier, happier, and more productive staff.
The Credit Union Difference:
- We are not-for-profit, so we return income to your employees through quality services and lower rates and fees.
- We offer a Guaranteed Savings Account with Direct Deposit to every employee to help establish credit and strengthen financial futures.
- We provide employee education on any financial subject, such as the importance of saving and building a strong credit score.
- Quest can help your employees directly with their personal financial questions and we offer assistance to help free up Human Resource’s time.
About Julie Murray, Business Development Representative
With over a decade of experience in financial institutions, Murray is knowledgeable in all aspects of Quest’s products and services. She has advised members on loans and account options, helped businesses set up payrolls, and taught financial literacy courses to both children and adults.
Julie Murray has served as Branch Manager of Quest’s Fort Riley branch since 2007. Prior to Quest she served as Banking Center Manager for Bank of America and Customer Service Officer for Sunflower Bank.
“Employers offer benefits to help provide for the physical well-being of their associates such as healthcare and dental insurance. To offer employees access to Quest Credit Union, businesses are offering a benefit, at no cost, that may help the employees' financial well-being,” Murray says. “If someone is stressed about their personal finances it may affect their work. Through the credit union, we can offer employees the tools to make positive changes.”
Julie and her husband, Matt, have been married since 2003. They live in Wakefield, Kansas, and share three children.
For more information or to speak to Julie, call Quest at 1-800-432-2470 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*2.50% Annual Percentage Yield (APY) paid on balances between one penny and $10,000, and 0.25% APY paid on the portion of account balances over $10,000 for each monthly statement cycle the qualifications are met. Balances over $10,000 earn 0.25% interest rate on portion of balance over $10,000, resulting in 2.50%-0.25% APY depending on the balance. Annual Percentage Yields are effective as of April 1, 2013 and subject to change after account is opened.
+Collective total of all ATM fees that will be reimbursed for a qualification cycle will not exceed the $25.00 limit established for each qualification cycle. ATM fee reimbursements will be credited to your account on the last day of your statement cycle. ATM withdrawals do not count as qualifying debit card transactions for purposes of earning rewards within this account.
A minimum balance of $25 is required to open this account. The required minimum for ACH origination into any Share Account is $100. Available for personal accounts only. Limit one primary account per social security number and two per household. No monthly service charge.
Lee, David. “Employee Stress: The True Cost”. Published in The John Liner Review, Vol 11(3), pg. 33-38, 1997.