A financial wellness blog by the experts at Enrich

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19
Jul

One Key to Creating a Thriving Workforce

Over the years, the definition of a "good job" has evolved. Traditionally, a good job was thought of as high paying. In recent years, though, the elements that make up a good job have grown and changed, taking into account more than just an earned salary.

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12
Jul

The #1 Key to Increase Employee Loyalty Through Financial Wellness

Employee turnover can be a plague on a company. It’s no wonder since some estimates show it can cost a company $40,000 or more to replace a lost employee. To help retain their workers, employers can offer a workplace financial wellness program.

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5
Jul

The #1 Key to Engaging Employees With a Financial Education Program

In the age of technology and social media, personalization is nothing new. Retailers use personalization effectively to their advantage. A financial education program is no different. A personalized program will get your employees real results.

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30
Jun

Ohio Deferred Compensation Now Offering Enrich Financial Wellness Platform to Current and Retired Participants

The Ohio Public Employees Deferred Compensation Program (Ohio DC) and San Diego-based financial education company iGrad have partnered to offer the award-winning Enrich™ financial wellness platform to more than 243,000 Ohio DC participants.

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21
Jun

10 Ways to Share Your Financial Wellness Program with Employees

Financial wellness programs are quickly becoming one of the most popular benefits offered by employers. 64% of Americans are somewhat or very stressed about money. Once you have a program set up, the next step is to get people to use it.

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New international financial wellness program provides a localized, personalized, and consistent employee benefit for employees in all countries around the world
14
Jun

The Newest International Employee Benefit: Financial Wellness

International employers have always had trouble finding employee benefits that are both consistent and localized for employees in all countries. Enrich Financial Wellness solves this problem by offering the first online interactive financial wellness ...

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7
Jun

3 Ways Employers Can Attract Better Talent With Financial Wellness Benefits

A good benefits package is a key way to attract high-quality workers to any business. Things like health care and 401(k)s are standard. But employer-provided financial wellness programs are becoming more and more popular as an employee benefit.

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Barrons Financial Education Inclusion Program virtual event with speakers Mark Cuban Annika Sörenstam and Al Roker
2
Jun

Barron’s to Recognize iGrad/Enrich as Financial Empowerment Award Honoree in Virtual Event June 8

Barron's is hosting a virtual event to present iGrad/Enrich with Financial Empowerment Award. Event speakers include entrepreneur Mark Cuban, former MLB outfielder Curtis Granderson, TODAY Show host Al Roker and Hall of Fame golfer Annika Sörenstam.

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31
May

5 Crucial Steps for Benefits Managers to Create a Successful Financial Wellness Program

Two-thirds of employers now offer some kind of financial wellness program and many more plan to launch one soon. Many financial wellness programs will fail to reach the necessary engagement levels, but if you follow these 5 crucial steps, you will ...

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24
May

Commonwealth of Massachusetts and iGrad Partner to Offer Enrich Financial Wellness Platform to Current and Retired State Employees

In the first statewide program of its kind, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and San Diego-based financial education company iGrad have partnered to offer the award-winning Enrich financial wellness platform to 156,000 current and retired state employees

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