Having your financial fitness in dire straits is a situation nobody wants to find themselves in – especially when you’re approaching retirement. Retirement planning is like training for a marathon; it takes long-term, carefully laid out preparation. However, many employees don’t look far enough ahead to consider their financial wellness after they retire. Retirement savings […]
With these eight dimensions of employee wellness in mind, you can help create a healthy work-life balance for your employees.
We were surprised to find women are more stressed about money, compared to their male counterparts. When you think about financial stress affecting your employees, you might have a vision of who you think is influenced by stress. Surprisingly, nearly every employee we have ever surveyed over the last decade and a half has had […]
Evan Thoman had just started as Health and Wellness Coordinator at Charleston Area Medical Center when his supervisor tasked him with launching the Financial Fitness Challenge to help employees alleviate financial stress. With a strenuous workload and no previous experience with the product, Thoman was rightfully concerned that rapid implementation may not be possible. Read […]
Measure the Effects of Financial Stress on Your Organization & Receive a Personalized Financial Fitness Report We are excited to announce our new (and improved), Checkup Tool! The 10-minute assessment will measure your employee’s knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors about money. At the end of the assessment, each employee will receive a personalized Financial Fitness Score™ […]
Financial Fitness Group is focused on improving your employees lives through financial education. Our programs help employees make better financial choices, and has delivered the following: Up to 40% improvement in participant knowledge 77% increase in employees using flexible medical spending accounts after financial education, saving on employer FICA expenses Up to 70% improvement in participant […]
“Companies are expanding their wellness programs to focus on workers’ wallets in addition to their waistlines.” Learn how employers are using financial education to improve employee lives. Read more at www.wsj.com