Express Walla Walla Employee Benefits

  • Successful Careers. 
    Successful Lives.

    At Walla Walla Express, we understand completely that having a successful career leads to having a successful life. We want to find the best possible position for you, and when you become a Walla Walla Associate, you become eligible for a variety of benefits that are unmatched by our competition!

  • Better Benefits Means More A Motivated Workforce

    When you become a Walla Walla Associate, you will be taken care of. We make sure to have your back through thick and thin, so that you can be successful no matter what the situation. Simply stated: we offer more.

  • Benefits Available to Eligible Express Walla Walla Associates

    • Medical Plan
    • Direct Deposit
    • Safety Incentive
    • Dental Plan
    • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan
    • Vision/Eyewear Plan
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Life Insurance
    • Prescription Drug Reimbursement
    • Scholarship Program
    • Short-Term Disability

  • Other Benefits Include

  • Medical Insurance

    Associates are immediately eligible for comprehensive medical insurance through Walla Walla Express. Our plan includes:

    • Annual deductible of $200 for an individual or $500 for a family
    • 80% coverage for doctors, hospitals, labs, X-rays, home health care, and other services
    • Wellness coverage
    • Prescription drug coverage
    • Large independent PPO network
    • No out-of-network penalties
    • Accidental death and dismemberment benefits
    • Online benefit tools

  • Sick Leave

    Starting January 1, 2018, employees in Washington will begin accruing and receiving paid sick leave from their employer.

    • Employees accrue at least one hour of paid sick leave for every 40 hours worked. Your employer may provide more generous leave, including a higher rate of paid sick leave accrual.
    • For employees already employed on or before January 1, 2018, paid sick leave will accrue for all hours worked beginning January 1, 2018. Employees hired after January 1, 2018, will begin accruing paid sick leave as soon as they begin working.
    • Beginning on the 90th calendar day after the start of employment, employers must make accrued paid sick leave available to employees for use in a manner consistent with the employer’s established payment interval or leave records management system, not to exceed one month after the date of accrual.
    • Accrued, unused paid sick leave balances of 40 hours or less must carry over to the following year.

    For more information regarding the new Paid Sick Leave changes visit

  • * Express Associates may be required to work a specified number of hours and/or weeks before they become eligible for some benefits. Benefits may vary by Express location. Your Express Walla Walla representative will be able to provide more detail about specific benefits for which you qualify.