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Partner with Elements

We Help You Help Your Employees

For nearly a century Elements Financial has been a trusted financial wellness partner of Eli Lilly and Company. Today we have expanded to serve more than 100 other organizations and more than 90,000 members.

Like a bank, we offer checking, savings, credit cards, loans, investments and insurance; but, unlike a bank, our profits are returned back to members in the form of fewer fees, higher savings rates and lower loan rates. That’s the benefit of being a not-for-profit, member-owned credit union.

An average Elements member saves $309 per year by doing business with us.1

An Employee Benefit That Costs You Nothing

Elements is an “at work” financial wellness provider – which means we offer comprehensive financial wellness services to employees of companies nationwide. Partnering with Elements is an easy, no-cost way to enhance your employee benefits package. This benefit comes at no cost to you or your employees and is completely voluntary.

Improve Employee Engagement

As a 2017 Best Place to Work in Indiana, Elements Financial firmly believes in the importance and impact of workplace culture on employee engagement. If your company culture focuses on employee engagement, partnering with Elements may be a great fit. Our on-site workshops and activities are extremely popular and highly reviewed by employees. We focus on making workshops engaging while building strong relationships that support our members’ financial success.

Focus on Financial Wellness

We offer our members comprehensive financial wellness services with personal attention and service. As an Elements partner, your employees will have access to a wide array of financial wellness resources to support their decisions about home buying, student financial aid, credit ratings, how to proactively protect identity, and more.

Free resources include:
  • Onsite workshops – offer tailored classes for your employees on more than a dozen financial topics
  • One-on-one personal finance reviews – employees can meet with an expert to help with credit, auto buying or mortgage prequalification
  • Online Financial Education Center – self-guided, interactive learning modules covering key financial topics
  • Educational guides & calculators
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Why is Financial Wellness So Important?

No one leaves their money at the office door. It’s a fact of life. Financial stress takes its toll on people in many forms and can have a negative impact on both physical and mental health. That stress can cause absenteeism, presenteeism and garnishments. For these reasons, personal finances can create distractions in the workplace. You can help employees focus with a robust financial wellness curriculum. It’s not just about 401(k)s, Health Savings Accounts or retirement planning; it’s about making better money decisions daily and living a financially healthy life.

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How to Become an Elements Partner

With no contract and no fees, it’s easy to partner with Elements. Getting started is as simple as giving us a call, and most businesses are set up and ready to go within 1 to 3 weeks.

Contact Todd Shickel at Elements today:

Todd Shickel
Vice President of Business Development

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10 Things to Consider When Evaluating a Financial Wellness Partner

Selecting a financial wellness partner to support your employees isn’t always easy. Relationships are based on much more than just rates and fees. To support you as you make this important decision, we’ve created a helpful guide about things to keep in mind when deciding which bank or credit union you will endorse for your employees.

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  1. 1 Competitive Value is estimated by comparing historical rates and fees at Elements Financial and at the five banks and credit unions with the largest market share in Central Indiana; data valid as of 8/31/16