A financial wellness blog by the experts at Enrich

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24
May

Employee Financial Wellness: The 3 Best Delivery Methods

There are many different communication channels: phone, email, text, in-person, webinar, etc. But which delivery methods do employees prefer for their financial wellness program information? And which channels work the best? These 3 top the list ...

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18
May

People’s Trust Federal Credit Union Launches Enrich Financial Wellness Platform to its 30,000 Members

People’s Trust Federal Credit Union has partnered with San Diego-based financial education company iGrad to offer the award-winning Enrich financial wellness platform to its 30,000 members.

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17
May

San Diego County Water Authority and iGrad Partner to Offer Enrich Financial Wellness Platform to Employees

The San Diego County Water Authority (SDCWA) and San Diego-based financial education company iGrad have partnered to offer the award-winning Enrich™ financial wellness platform to the SDCWA’s 255 employees and the employees of its 24 member agencies.

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10
May

How to Improve Employee Productivity with a Financial Wellness Program

Much is always being made about worker productivity. It is even a measure that economists use in assessing overall economic health. It is no wonder then that companies are constantly looking for ways to make their employees more productive.

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26
Apr

Having More Money Does Not Mean Increased Financial Wellness

It is a common misconception that rich people don’t worry about money. In reality, it seems the wealthy often share the same anxieties as those with less money. And when it comes to financial wellness, more money does not necessarily mean healthy finances

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19
Apr

401k Withdrawal and Retirement Borrowing Should be a Last Resort – How Financial Wellness Can Help Your Employees

Learn why a financial wellness program can help prevent retirement borrowing and 401k loans, as well as the negative impacts retirement loans can have on an employee's future.

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12
Apr

What is Financial Wellness?

There is a lot of talk about financial literacy and how a significant portion of Americans cannot pass even the most basic of financial literacy tests. The Standard & Poor's Ratings Services Global Financial Literacy Survey found that only 57% of ...

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5
Apr

Financial Wellness Becomes One of the Most Desired Benefit Programs for 2021

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 changed reality for many people. Unemployment in America spiked to an all-time high of 14.8%. More people than ever in recorded history were out of work.

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24
Mar

Data Shows Strong Link Between Financial Wellness and Mental Health

Money problems and mental health issues are intrinsically linked. According to the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute, poor finances often lead to stress and anxiety that can further impact finances. The institute found that ...

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19
Mar

New Health Study Shows Widespread Employee Financial Insecurity

A new survey shows an increase in employees that worry about paying for living expenses. In addition, 25% of those with anxiety and depression said that financial problems were one of the main contributing factors to their mental health problems.

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