A financial wellness blog by the experts at Enrich

how to engage and retain your employees with financial wellness
6
Nov

Your Boss May Soon Pay Off Your Student Loans

According to the 2015 Student Loan Burden Report, college graduates are postponing marriage, delaying major purchases such as houses & cars, and are postponing moving out of their parents’ house. The amount of debt accrued by these graduates has more than

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holistic financial wellness components
23
Oct

4 Components of Holistic Financial Wellness

When creating a financial wellness program, there are many design options available. Enrich uses a holistic approach that seeks to engage and develop the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of each employee.

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21
Oct

What is Holistic Financial Wellness?

"Arguments about money is by far the top predictor of divorce," said Sonya Britt, assistant professor of family studies and human services and program director of personal financial planning. "It's not children, sex, in-laws or anything else. It's money..

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How to increase financial wellness program participation
17
Oct

5 Strategies to Increase Financial Wellness Program Participation

Providing employees with financial education is only the first step to building a reliable and productive workforce—the next step is getting them to participate. Here are 5 strategies you can use to make the most out of your investment—strategies

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Albert Einstein financial quote not everything that counts can be counted
16
Oct

Quantifying the ROI of a Financial Wellness Program: Questions to Ask

According to a survey by the Society for Human Resource Management, “about three-quarters of respondents (76 percent) indicated their organization offered some type of a wellness program, resource or service to employees.” And more than two-thirds of thes

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13
Oct

What Can We Learn From Corporate Financial Wellness Programs?

One of the first things that EMC did was to analyze the needs, wants and personality traits of its employees. Many of these employees belonged to “Gen Y” - a generation with some pretty alarming characteristics when it comes to employee retention:

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