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.
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The LearnLux Financial Wellness Blog
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.
The statistics are shocking; since the COVID-19 pandemic began, more than two million women have left the workforce.
Employees are losing ZZZs over their $$$s. Whether they’re burdened with personal debt, student loans, lack of retirement savings, or the rising cost of healthcare, their worries can manifest in many different ways.
The concept of "money" means something different to each of us. Meet Ali Rodway, Director of People at Caribou coffee who shares her thoughts and feelings around personal finances with some serious energy. This is an interview you won't want to miss!
It's 2021, and talking about money is still taboo for a lot of professionals. That's why we're uniting HR and benefits leaders for candid conversations around career and finances. Join us for our next chat with Jen Paxton, VP of People and Talent at Privy.
The City of Elizabeth City, North Carolina and LearnLux today announced that they have formed a partnership to help improve the financial wellbeing of current City of Elizabeth City employees as well as retirees.