The Cost of Living Crisis has become a global concern. Employees everywhere are dealing with financial pressures that make saving, budgeting, and investing increasingly challenging. This crisis transcends borders, impacting the financial wellbeing of employees not only in the United States, but across the globe. In this blog, we'll dive into the nuances of this issue, explore its implications, and discuss how employers are leveraging financial wellbeing programs like LearnLux to offer a lifeline for employees facing these growing challenges.
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The LearnLux Financial Wellness Blog
We are thrilled to announce that LearnLux clients New Balance and Messer Construction Co are distinguished honorees of the 2023 BenefitsPRO LUMINARIES awards.
Financial wellbeing has become a critical component of overall employee wellness for employees of all income and asset levels. While this applies to employees across industries, grocery store employees face unique financial challenges.
In the dynamic landscape of energy and utilities, companies are tasked with both powering residential and commercial real estate, along with fostering workplaces that empower their employees.
In the dynamic energy & utilities industry, where innovation meets infrastructure, employee wellbeing is a top priority. While the focus often gravitates toward jobsite safety and physical health, it's essential to consider a crucial aspect that underpins all these efforts: the financial wellbeing of your workforce.
As workplace financial wellbeing continues to gain traction, leading consultants are on the cutting edge of industry trends and insights. Our team at LearnLux recently sat down with David Wilson, Insights and Innovation Program Manager at Lockton to explore what he is seeing in the space.
Inflation is a term that has taken center stage for employers and employees alike. With rising prices, uneven wage growth, and credit card debt at record levels, the stressors on employees' financial health are escalating.
According to newly released data from JP Morgan, workplaces today are making employee financial wellbeing a #1 priority.
August marks the start of a season of financial change for many employees. Workplaces can promote several timely financial themes to ensure employees are on track with their financial goals. Preparing for the upcoming months encourages employees to feel financially confident, allowing them to bring their best selves to work each day.
National Wellness Month in August presents a big opportunity for HR and benefits teams. It’s a valuable opportunity to highlight the programs and initiatives you offer while renewing your commitment to employee wellbeing.