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Financial Education In The Workplace

Improving workplace productivity, health and well-being through personal financial education.

Financial concerns may be a personal matter but they directly affect the workplace.

Research shows that 25 percent of employees have financial problems severe enough to have a negative impact on their productivity.

A financially stressed employee spends an average of 20 hours per month of work time on his or her personal financial problems. SOLUTIONS

Unlike financial advisors, who primarily focus on advising their clients about specific financial products they sell - like mutual funds or life insurance - reaches a proven personal financial literacy program that is based on 10 Principles that allow people to get in immediate control of their spending debt, savings, and taxation. It is the only comprehensive financial management system in the industry today that helps individuals and families effectively manage every aspect of their financial lives.

Benefits to EMPLOYERS

  • Research clearly shows that a well-executed workplace financial education program benefits employers in several ways:

  • Increase employee productivity

  • Reduce absenteeism

  • Decrease direct employer costs related to wage garnishments, bankruptcies, payroll deductions for child support and alimony, and administrative costs for borrowing against retirement plans

  • Increase contributions to the company 401(k) program

  • Increase employees' loyalty to the company

  • Reduce employee stress-related illnesses and mental disorders

Benefits to EMPLOYEES

Employees who participate in workplace financial education programs have the opportunity to:

  • Change behaviors that negatively affect job performance

  • Build assets and reduce debt

  • Gain appreciation for and participate at a higher level in employer provided benefits

  • Increase their ability to retire early or on time

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