Deere Employees Credit Union (DECU) offers world-class membership to employees at John Deere Dealerships. Positioned as a no-cost employee benefit, we can help you add value to your employee benefits package, helping your employees to be financially fit.
What is the most common cause of stress?
63%* of employees say that their financial stress has increased since the start of the pandemic.
DECU can help.
*According to PwC’s 10th annual Employee Financial Wellness Survey
Benefits to Your Dealership
- Help your employees set individual financial goals
- Financial health improvement for employees
- On-site or WebEx benefit meetings
- Investment & retirement planning services
- Financial educational seminars:
- Home buying
- Budget building
- Credit score
- Identity theft
Benefits to Your Employees
- Best in Market Rates
- Owner Participation Account
- Full menu of financial services
- 24/7 access to your money
Interested in Deere Employees Credit Union Membership?
“Working with DECU has been a wonderful experience for me and my employees thus far. I was apprehensive to transfer from my primary bank of 20 years to a new bank and system, but am happy we made the change. They have been very personable with me in every interaction. We have saved thousands in interest by moving our autos and mortgage to DECU.
DECU has also done a great job in helping to coach some of our employees on their finances and help them get in a better position to grow financially and pay down their existing debts. This makes for more productive employees, as there is less constant worry regarding their personal finances and more able to focus on the job at hand. I know it has changed the lives of a number of our employees in Long Beach.”
Ladd Blakley • Branch Manager • Coastline Equipment
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