We treat each other like family, no matter how much we have grown. Survey numbers tell a compelling story why women love to work here. The most recent Great Place to Work survey showed that 88% of employees at Navy Federal Credit Union say it is a great place to work, compared to 59% of employees at a typical U.S.-based company. However, our employees’ say it best. An employee responded in a survey:
“No matter what team I've been a part of, I've always felt like family. If I or a team member has had a hardship outside of work, we all come together to support one another.” We have special and unique benefits here. One employee stated, “I plan to retire from here and I am not even 30. I have been able to take 12 weeks 100% PAID LEAVE when I had my son in 2017, and I will forever be grateful for that time, stress-free, I received with my newborn son.”
Navy Federal Credit Union is the world's largest credit union with over 11 million members, over $160 billion in assets and over 21,000 employees. As a credit union, we have members, not customers. At our campuses in Vienna, VA, Pensacola, FL and Winchester, VA, and in our more than 345 branches, we serve the men and women of the Armed Forces, Department of Defense, veterans and their families. We deliver world-class service, rooted in the belief that it is an honor and privilege to serve our members. We are committed to providing our members outstanding financial products and services.
Navy Federal offers a career, not just a job. We are proud of the robust Total Rewards package we offer to our employees, including competitive salaries, incentive programs, comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefits, retirement plans with employer match, award-winning training programs, professional development programs, tuition assistance, paid leave, and work/life programs.
Empowering women and leading the way within the industry is paramount to our success at Navy Federal. While women make up over 65 percent of our workforce, we walk the talk when you look at our executive leadership reflecting that balance. As of 2021, 13 women senior executives serve on the 21-member Management Council that leads Navy Federal, including Mary McDuffie, our first-ever woman CEO, and Debbie Calder, our first-ever woman Chief Operating Officer. In celebration of Women's Equality Day and in honor of our team members, Navy Federal made a $10,000 donation to global organization Dress for Success, a global not-for-profit organization that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools