Navy Federal Offering Grocery, Prepared Food Pick Up For Employees

April 27, 2020

Navy Federal is now offering curbside food services – including groceries and prepared food — for employees.

Navy Federal launched a “Shop With Us” service that allows employees to order food and other grocery items to be picked up same day. Through the program, employees can use an app to place orders for single person, family, or a la cart meals as well as in-demand grocery items like bottled water, milk, toilet paper, and fresh produce. Employees can schedule a convenient time for them to pick up the items at their campus location.

Navy Federal has also  transitioned 80% of their workforce to be able to work from home, offers paid leave for team members impacted by school and day care closures, bonus pay for front line employees and is providing team members with masks and gloves for those that report to branch locations.

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7 Responses to “Navy Federal Offering Grocery, Prepared Food Pick Up For Employees”

  1. NFCU Employee on April 28th, 2020 11:51 am

    This isn’t the first time Navy Federal has taken care of us (their employees). I’ve been working there for almost 17 years now. After Hurricanes they were loading our cars with bottled water and hot meals that they paid to have catered in the building. They allowed us to come and take showers and use whatever was there. They have been and will always be the best employer to work for. We are extremely lucky, not only are we getting a regular paycheck to work from home, but now they are starting this service for us. My heart goes out to all the ones who are depending on unemployment checks and such. Some having been waiting since the beginning of this and still haven’t received anything yet.

    I challenge everyone (if you are still getting a regular paycheck, that is) to take a little of your paycheck and please find someone who needs help and help them. I have been doing this since the beginning of this situation. I have a couple of elderly people (and some who aren’t elderly) that I deliver supplies to weekly. I keep in contact with them by phone and ask what they need or what they are out of. Isn’t that what life is about – helping your fellow man? YES – IT IS! So if you are one of those fortunate people who still have a regular paycheck coming in, please think about what I have said. I look for no praise or glory for what I am doing – I do it because they need it and it makes me feel good to know I’m helping someone who needs it. We all need help at some point in life, for one thing or another. Think about the homeless people we use to see standing by the road asking for money – where are they now? I will be putting together goodie bags this week for them and I will be searching for them on Saturday afternoon to give them just a little something. This is also a small gesture that almost anyone can do. Throw soap, shampoo, deodorant and some snacks/drinks in a Ziplock bag. This is a real treasure to some of the less fortunate in our world. Their faces light up as though you just handed them a million dollars! Just think about it.
    God Bless Everyone and Stay Safe.

  2. Wendy Meredith on April 27th, 2020 10:07 pm

    My son works at Navy Federal. I’m glad to see this service offered and so grateful that they are taking good care of their employees with supplying masks, gloves, work accommodations and healthcare benefits.

  3. fisherman on April 27th, 2020 12:52 pm

    I know people are hurting not being able to work and the unemployment payments not being paid quickly. There are very few businesses that can afford to pay their employees during this crisis.Having to use your leave to get paid is standard.The Federal and State Governments have you just where they want you depending on them for your survival.This is what the SQUAD wants to happen.If you think this is bad wait till they push Socialism on us.

  4. No Excuses on April 27th, 2020 11:16 am

    I agree with you Sherry! I did get a laugh out of your typo, though!

  5. Donn on April 27th, 2020 9:42 am

    Absolutely the best place to work!

  6. Alicia on April 27th, 2020 9:12 am

    not true ! they no longer offer paid leave to those who’s kids are out of school . they are making them use their own leave . just an FYI .

  7. Sherry Ewy on April 27th, 2020 6:22 am

    Say what you will about the inconvenience of the traffic. That puts them ahead of 90% of the employers in this area whore making employees suck it up. Paid sick leave alone, puts them ahead!





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