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Saving & Loans Workplace Savings Scheme

It is so easy to pay money into a credit union account via one of our Workplace Savings Schemes. If you work for one of the companies/organisations listed below, you can join the credit union and save money or repay a loan with us directly from your pay packet.

For Employees:

Saving direct from you salary is easy and pretty soon you won't even notice the deduction. Many people on our payroll savings and loans schemes are pleasantly surprised when they check their savings balance and realise that they have a higher balance than they thought.

To become a member you can


or fill in a Membership Application Form and bring it with you to an ESCU office or Help Point, along with the following documents. Click to DownloadDownload Membership Application form (277.6kb). Once you are member we can send your Click to DownloadDownload Payroll Deduction mandate A5 (211.8kb) to your employer.

Are you an employer considering introducing a Workplace Savings Scheme?

The above employers have recognised the benefits of providing this service to their employees. These include, better financial well-being, lower sickness rates and easy access to ethical, affordable lending.

For more Employer information, please visit our FAQs.

You can also download the Click to DownloadDownload Payroll scheme Employers Handbook (708.4kb) & Click to DownloadDownload Workplace Savings FAQs for employers & payroll professionals (259.5kb).

Please contact our Business Development Manager, Nikki Plummer on 07984 449255 if you are interested in starting a Workplace Savings Scheme in your company.

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