As employers look for new ways to attract, retain and engage talent, financial wellness programs in the workplace are increasingly a competitive necessity.
Employees that expressed interest in financial wellness programs. 1,3
Employers (all sizes) likely to expand their focus on employee financial well-being. 2
Large employers that provide a Financial Wellness benefit. 1,3
According to the US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the average employer offering a Financial Wellness benefit spends $144 per employee per year or $12 per employee per month. FinanSavvy will cost you less than $1 per employee per month.
Spend 3+ hours/week at work dealing with personal financial issues. 7
Workers making $50,000-$99,999 who usually or always live paycheck to paycheck. 6
Say Money causes them stress, making it the #1 source. 5,8
How does stress impact productivity? Common symptoms are 5,8:
Money matters are causing stress, even though tactical tools like spend tracking and investment-centric services as well as generic educational materials have been readily available to everyone for decades.
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For the gainfully employed, financial stress is usually the result inadequate strategic planning. Strategic planning provides context for the more generally available tactical services like spend tracking or portfolio management. We believe an effective Financial Wellness program must:
Buy a House
Pay for College
Live Well Now
Budgets to Spend Smarter - Employees Can:
Forecasts for the Future - Employees Can:
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