Solid benefits, engaged employees … all part of our efforts to build a strong company culture.
WEA Member Benefits is pleased to have been recognized for the following awards
At WEA Member Benefits, our employees are the foundation of our success. Our team is made up of highly skilled individuals who are passionate about our vision, “Every member financially secure.” This allows us to deliver high-quality financial programs and outstanding customer service to Wisconsin public school employees and their families. We believe that having engaged employees helps our company make a real difference in our member’s lives by providing them with exceptional and caring service.
As a company that makes their employees a priority, our efforts have been acknowledged through various workplace recognition programs. Thanks to our dedicated and hard-working team, our most recent awards include:
- Top Workplaces from the Wisconsin State Journal: 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020
- Best Places to Work from Madison Magazine: 2019, 2018, 2017
At Member Benefits we strive to create a culture that encourages trust, constructive conflict, commitment, accountability, and attention to results. Those values encourage a strong team environment, which we believe is critical to the success of the organization. “Member Benefits strives to create a great place for people to work. We hire exceptional people who believe in our mission, and we also work to retain good employees,” says David Kijek, President and CEO of Member Benefits. “These efforts are vitally important, because we believe that if we treat our employees exceptionally well, they will serve our members exceptionally well.”
For the fourth year in a row, WEA Member Benefits was awarded a Top Workplaces honor by the Wisconsin State Journal in the small business category for 2023. The Wisconsin State Journal and their partner Energage honor and recognize selected local organizations on an annual basis. The 2023 award was presented by Johnson Financial Group. Member Benefits has employee recognition programs, volunteer time off, a retirement plan with employer contributions, remote work, and training opportunities. One employee commented, “My boss and co-workers care about me and value the contribution I make.”
WEA Member Benefits was awarded a Top Workplaces 2022 honor by the Wisconsin State Journal in the small business category. In addition, President and CEO of WEA Member Benefits, David Kijek, has been awarded the Leadership Award (Small Category).
WEA Member Benefits was a winner in the small-company category in the Wisconsin State Journal’s Top Workplaces for 2021.
WEA Member Benefits was named in the Wisconsin State Journal’s Top Workplaces for 2020. The process is based on a scientific survey of employees who rate their workplace culture. It also gives company insights about what makes them unique.
For the third consecutive year, WEA Member Benefits has been named one of the top 10 Best Places to Work by Madison Magazine for mid-sized employers. We are thrilled and honored to continue to be recognized for this achievement, and we look forward to continuing to be a place where employees thrive and find enjoyment in what they do.
For the second year in a row, we were named Best Places to Work in Madison Magazine’s annual Best Places to Work survey along with 35 other Madison-area companies.
Member Benefits received the Employee Voice Award (EVA) from Quantum Workplace of Omaha, Nebraska. Quantum is a software company well known for its all-in-one manager toolset and Best Places to Work contest. The EVA honors companies nationwide for their outstanding work in employee engagement, the level of participation, and employee engagement survey results.
We were named Best Places to Work in Madison Magazine’s annual Best Places to Work survey. Companies were measured on six areas of employee engagement: communications and resources, individual needs, manager effectiveness, personal engagement, team dynamics and trust in leadership.
Our company was a finalist in InBusiness Magazine’s Best Companies to Work For awards. The focus was on business innovation in designing a strong package of fringe benefits for employees that build attractive workplace cultures.