Financial Savviness Starts with 121@Work

Your employees deserve to be secure in managing their own finances. Our 121@Work employee services program offers exclusive free benefits and educational opportunities for your employees who choose to open an account with 121 Financial Credit Union.

We coordinate everything, including he travel to your workplace and the informational materials for your employees, and our team of experts who can answer any question about financial success.

Full-service Enrollment for Employees

Let us guide your employees through the process of opening savings and checking accounts with 121 Financial — without having them leave work. For many workers, setting up and smartly managing savings and checking accounts can save them hundreds of dollars a year, if not more, in check-cashing fees and other costs.

We also explain additional investment opportunities available to them as members of our not-for-profit credit union, as well as offer advice on next steps to improve their personal finances.

Our dedicated credit union experts assist employees with:

  • Savings accounts
  • Checking accounts
  • Youth accounts
  • Investment services
  • Financial counseling
  • And more … all at not cost to your company.

Financial Education for Employees

You name the time and place, and we’ll be there. Our Lunch & Learn seminars are designed with your employees’ needs in mind to improve their financial health. Our goal is to reduce financial stress and increase productivity so that your employees feel confident in controlling their finances.

Seminar Topics:

  • Budgeting boot camp
  • College financing
  • Estate planning
  • Financial Planning for Retirement

Financial Counseling for Employees

Just one financial counseling session can set an employee up for success in paying off student loans, rebuilding credit, or saving for retirement.

During the individual financial counseling session, we review the current state of an employee’s personal finances and provide actionable next steps so can understand how to set realistic financial goals and then achieve them.