For leading retail employers, keeping your workforce productive, engaged and healthy is a tall order. As an HR professional looking ahead to 2021, you might be wondering - how can I help build my employer brand, and promote employee wellbeing?
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The LearnLux Financial Wellness Blog
As the pandemic rages on, more than 55 million workers across dozens of industries are on the job providing essential services. For front line employees, maintaining wellbeing is crucial to job performance and personal health.
Did you know that 75% of employees experiencing financial stress also experience physical symptoms? This has real bottom-line impacts for American workplaces across all industries and sizes.
According to the National Endowment for Financial Education® (NEFE®), more than four in five Americans say the pandemic continues to cause them financial stress.
For leading pharmaceutical companies, superior employee benefits are nothing new. It has quickly become an industry standard to offer competitive compensation, comprehensive total rewards, and opportunities for advancement within your growing company.
Have money goals? Head to the polls like your financial future depends on it! LearnLux is proud to announce that we've teamed up with Rock the Vote on a mission to empower thousands of employee voices to be heard in the upcoming election this November.
Do you know who to trust when it comes to financial advice? There’s a lot of confusion out there, so let’s jump right in and clear things up.
Interested in Customer Success as a career path? Curious about how we "wow" our customers at LearnLux? Looking for a way to celebrate the Boston startup ecosystem from the safety of your desk? You've come to the right place.
Wondering how to prioritize financial wellbeing on your ever-growing employee benefits wishlist? You’re not alone.
Ask any employee benefits professional if they’d let a credit card company come into the office and try to educate and sign up their employees. We bet you’d hear a resounding “NO.”
Yet, many workplace programs that call themselves “financial wellbeing” make their money by selling financial products and services.