A financial wellness blog by the experts at Enrich

all hands team meeting about employee financial wellness
24
Jan

Use "Nudge Theory" to Ignite Financial Wellness Engagement

Indirect suggestions or positive reinforcement can keep financial wellness at the front of an employee’s mind. Giving you the power to influence behaviors and decisions concerning financial issues, creating financially well and prepared employees.

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happy employees working on computers
17
Jan

These Are The 5 Most Significant Employee Benefit Trends in 2022

Employers continue to look for ways to attract new employees and keep current employees happy. One way to do this is by providing sought-after benefits. Here are five significant employee benefits trends to consider...

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Employee financial wellness case study video
11
Jan

Enrich Financial Wellness Case Study: Dot Foods [VIDEO]

Dot Foods was founded in 1960 and has grown to become the largest foodservice redistribution company in the U.S. The company values its employees and for this reason that Dot Foods offers the Enrich Financial Wellness program to its staff. This video ...

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Enrich receives Barron's award for employee financial wellness program
10
Jan

Barron's Honors Enrich for Financial Wellness

The Enrich Financial Wellness Program received Barron’s award for improving financial empowerment for American workers, after being selected by a team of judges for its contributions to improving the financial health and security of Americans with ...

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A female boxer showing resilience in the ring during a fight
3
Jan

5 Ways Financial Wellness Improves Employee Resilience

American families are not financially resilient. Employees that are not financially resilient do not meet the definition of financial wellness: having the knowledge, ability, and desire to make intelligent financial decisions, as well as ...

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The National Association of State Treasurers Foundation has selected Enrich as the host of the Security Financial Wellness Digital Assessment and Training Platform
17
Nov

National Association of State Treasurers Foundation Awarded 2nd Financial Education Grant to Develop Assessment and Training Platform

The National Association of State Treasurers Foundation is pleased to announce the receipt of a $465,000 grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation to enhance financial education efforts already underway.

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An employee using the Enrich Financial Wellness platform on her computer
15
Nov

65 Ways to Measure the Success of Financial Wellness Programs

More and more companies are concerned with the financial health of their employees, with 62 percent feeling extreme responsibility, which has led to more companies offering some sort of financial wellness benefits.

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A user taking online interactive educational courses on the Enrich Financial Wellness program
8
Nov

6 Ways to Gauge Impact of Employee Financial Wellness Programs

As more and more companies are investing in financial wellness, the importance of measuring efficacy is rising. To implement a financial wellness program is an excellent first step. But it is equally important to know how well your program is working.

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A retired couple walking on the beach holding hands while their passive retirement income grows
1
Nov

The #1 Most Effective Way to Increase Employee Retirement Saving

Stable and relaxing retirement is something many people dream about. Unfortunately, few really expect to achieve it. Saving enough for retirement is ranked as the top concern of American workers. Here's the most effective way to help get your employees...

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Two stacks of coins showing the gender financial wellness gap between men and women
25
Oct

New Study Provides Answers About Financial Wellness Gender Gap

A recent Bank of America study reveals that the gender gap is alive and well regarding financial wellness. Unfortunately, women are trailing men. Based on the survey’s 100-point scale, men score an average of 67 points-a full 9 points more than women.

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