What You’ll Learn
- Get an overview of the benefits and products available to you as an employee of a Salal Dealer Direct Lending partner through our contractor workplace banking program.
- Learn how you can get assistance if you need help applying for a Premier Checking account.
As someone who works in the solar installation or home improvement industries, you know the power of working together to get jobs done. As a not-for-profit financial co-op, we were founded on the idea that when people work together, we can accomplish big things—for ourselves and our communities.
Through Salal’s Dealer Direct lending program, we partner with solar and home improvement contractors to make it easy and affordable for more people to invest in their homes and lower their energy bills. Our commitment to our Dealer Direct partners goes beyond helping them grow their business with customer financing. We also want to empower their employees—because we know that a company can’t thrive if its employees aren’t at their best.
Many studies have shown the link between financial stress and physical and mental health problems. Worries about money can contribute to health issues such as heart disease, diabetes, migraines, sleep disorders, and depression. And in an industry where attention to detail is crucial, financial stress can also negatively affect your ability to stay focused when on the job. Having easy and affordable access to banking services and educational resources can play a big role in reducing this financial stress.
Exclusive Membership Benefits
Along with all the usual benefits of being a Salal Credit Union member, employees of our dealer partners are eligible for exclusive membership perks from Salal Workplace Banking. When you open a Premier Checking account, you can receive a $75 bonus1 and 5,000 Salal Rewards Points. For a full list of benefits available to you as an employee of a Salal dealer partner, see our Workplace Banking page.
We’re Here to Help
Have more questions or need help with your application? Feel free to contact our Workplace Banking program coordinator, Amy Ridley.