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Employee Benefits

We provide a comprehensive range of benefits to keep our employees are happy. By extension, our members stay happy, too.

Exceptional Benefits

At BECU, we recognize that our success depends on the contributions of our employees. In return BECU invests in your total well-being, which includes physical, personal and financial wellness. As an employee, you can expect the following:

  • 401(k) match up to 3% (receive both a 401(k) and a pension)

  • Paid parental leave benefit covering 12 weeks of leave

  • Education reimbursement – qualifying degrees are sponsored by BECU

  • Up to $600 toward wellness – fitness equipment, race fees, massages, lift tickets and more

  • Flexible schedules

  • Orca card mass transit discount

  • Full medical, dental and vision insurance

  • Health savings account and flexible spending accounts

  • Life and disability insurance

  • Paid time off

  • Paid holidays

  • Employee assistance programs

  • On-site fitness and subsidized gym dues

  • Gift match - 100% of eligible donated funds are matched, up to $7,500 per employee, per year

  • Volunteer hours, 12 paid time off hours per year

Exceptional Benefits
Careers: Why BECU
Careers: Why BECU

BECU Unique Benefits

We offer two unique benefits: Employee Loan Discount and pension programs.

Employee Loan Discount Program

The Employee Loan Discount Program offers employees up to 1 percent off the rate on qualifying loans and credit cards. This makes a huge difference over the life of a loan. For example: If you have a $25,000 auto loan with a 72-month term, the discount amounts to almost $1,000. (The standard APR rate of 5.34% results in $4,278 in interest, while the adjusted APR of 4.34% rate is just $3,326.) The discounted interest rate allows you to either have a lower monthly payment or pay the loan off early.

Employee Pension Program

In addition to our 401(k) plan, BECU is proud to offer our employees a pension. A pension plan is a retirement plan that BECU pays into. Once an employee is vested, often after 5 years, they can count on an additional source of income during retirement years.

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