BCU Voted a Top Workplace in McHenry County 2021


February 9, 2022

Chicago - Each year, BCU aims to uphold its long-standing reputation as an exceptional place to work, and to be recognized by Northwest Herald readers and McHenry County residents as a top workplace is a testimony to the Credit Union’s commitment to its employees.   

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“Our employees are best connected to BCU’s purpose of empowering people to discover financial freedom when they, themselves, feel empowered,” said BCU Vice-President of Talent Management, Anita Wilson Wellen. “We take every opportunity we can to foster the well-being of our employees. It is of utmost importance that they are able to thrive at work and therefore create meaningful connections to BCU’s mission,” Wilson Wellen continued.  


BCU provides extraordinary member experiences, lower rates, fewer fees and more innovative products and services to over 300,000 members nationwide. Headquartered in Vernon Hills, IL with Branch locations in McHenry and surrounding counties, and across the US and Puerto Rico, the Credit Union is over 800 employees strong. 


Visit their Crystal Lake Branch at 415 S. Main St., or find a location near you at BCU.org/About-Us/Contact-Info/Locations.

Let BCU empower you. Visit BCU.org/careers to launch your career at a Top Workplace. 

About BCU: BCU is a purpose-driven organization that empowers people to discover financial freedom. With $5B in assets, while being both not-for-profit and member-owned, the Credit Union is driven by the commitment to provide extraordinary service. BCU members enjoy access to financial services and well-being programming that inspire confidence through the brand promise Here Today For Your Tomorrow. Lifetime membership is offered to employees and families of America’s best workplaces and those living or working in Chicago-area communities. To learn more about BCU, visit BCU.org.

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