In the last few years, employers have been offering a variety of unique incentives to attract quality talent. In this case study you’ll learn how a Corpus Christi, TX company saved their staff $4,500 on average each month and close to 400 hours by adding a surcharge-free ATM as an employee benefit.
Heading to Las Vegas for SHRM19? Read our interview with SHRM and learn how you can save your employees MONEY by adding an on-site, surcharge free ATM as an employee benefit. Visit us in the Brink’s Money booth (#3128) in Las Vegas or contact us via email to set up a short meeting to review our surcharge-free options.
Staff and visitors no longer have to leave the Y to get cash for lunch or vending thanks to a new ATM on-site branded by The People’s Bank. Owned and operated by ATMatWork, it’s surcharge-free for the bank’s customers. And, best of all it’s hassle-free for the bank and helps them to expand their brand and serve customers.
It doesn’t take a big raise or expensive gifts to make employees happy. One of the simplest ways to ensure employee satisfaction is get creative with benefits and perks that add real value to employees’ lives. That’s why the popularity of ATMs in the workplace is growing among employees and employers alike.
Your employees are using an ATM and chances are they are spending a great deal of their paycheck on fees to obtain cash. That’s why Human Resource professionals recognize that having a surcharge-free ATM in the building is becoming one of the hottest new employees benefits being offered by employers. Contact the experts at ATMatWork and let us help you select the ATM program that best suits your employee’s needs.
Your staff works hard. Thank them this holiday season... and all year round by giving them convenient access to their payroll funds by providing an ATM at work. With a variety of surcharge-free options available, contact us today and let us help you choose the program that best suits your employee’s needs.
Nearly half of Americans (46%) would struggle to cover an emergency expense costing $400, according to the May 2016 “Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households in 2015” from the Federal Reserve Board. When faced with a $400 bill, a large number of respondents reported they would either need to sell something or borrow money to cover the expense.