When you think about "money", what comes to mind? For some, money can be a tool to achieve goals, solve problems, live abundantly, and change the world. For others, money is a source of stress, fear, scarcity, or limitation.
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It's no secret - healthcare is a fast-growing sector, estimated to expand 19% between now and 2024. As a result, hiring and retaining the best talent is a growing challenge in our post-pandemic economy.
Money on your mind? You’re not alone. Money is the #1 worry for most Americans, even above career, family, or physical health.
Are all workplace financial wellbeing programs created equal? It’s a question that Messer Construction Co. sought to answer as their legacy provider continued to produce subpar results. Then, they found LearnLux.
What's the most impactful benefit ever you've seen an employer offer? How should couples who are starting a family talk about their finances? Who is a woman that has inspired you most in your career?
Join us for our next Liquid Assets chat with Averjill Rookwood, Doula/Benefits Strategist and Founder @ The Corporate Doula.
Most well-established construction and manufacturing firms have generous, comprehensive employee benefit programs. However, many are still missing a must-have, most-asked-for benefit; Financial wellbeing.
National Financial Literacy month is recognized each year in April. It's a great time to share money tips & spotlight programs that improve employee financial wellbeing.
When rolling out new benefits, the question of ROI often comes up. It’s important that new benefits programs truly improve the lives of your employees, but also demonstrate real results on your company’s bottom line.
"How did you spend your very first paycheck?" It's not a question you often hear asked to senior executives on podcasts or interviews. Here on LearnLux's Liquid Assets series, however, no topic is taboo. Join us for our next chat with Sam Meraj, Senior Director of Quality, Safety and Reporting @ Walmart.
Women in the United States have more spending power and influence over household budgets today than ever before.