Swann-Morton Joins Sheffield Credit Union

27th October 2015

Sheffield Credit Union is now working in partnership with Swann-Morton as one of its new payroll providers.

A company with Sheffield roots dating back to 1932 and with currently over 400 employees, staff working for both Swann-Morton and its sister company Jewel Blade can now take advantage of all of the products and services offered by Sheffield Credit Union. Staff now have the opportunity to take out affordably priced loans as well as have instant access to savings and well as longer term options such as our Christmas savings account. Jackie Hallewell (general manager at Sheffield Credit Union) said -it's great that a company with roots seated so deeply within Sheffield has joined as a new payroll provider. Through this new partnership we can now offer friendly and affordable financial services to those who have chosen to work in this great city. We welcome this partnership with open arms and look forward to a long lasting relationship. Staff members can email payroll@sheffieldcreditunion.com to find out more about this excellent new offer, and if employees of other Sheffield-based organisations would like us to talk to their employer about offering this scheme for them, they should also email payroll@sheffieldcreditunion.com so that we can explore this further with them.

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