Open enrollment is a chance for your employees to take control of their health (and wealth) for the new year, but many don’t see it that way. Instead, they'll spend open enrollment trying to calculate how to pick the cheapest plan based on the amount taken out of their paycheck.
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The LearnLux Financial Wellness Blog
Take a look into your employee benefits crystal ball. What does the future of financial wellness hold? Our rapidly changing workplaces make planning for 2020 (and beyond) a challenge, but industry trends can tell us a lot.
The healthcare industry is booming. It’s one of the fastest growing sectors of the U.S. economy, and it shows no signs of slowing down.
But with spectacular growth comes high levels of stress, heavy financial burdens, and significant emotional burnout for employees in the healthcare industry.
For HR or benefits professionals at competitive law firms, finding the right benefits offering for your employee is a top priority. The happier and healthier your team members are, the better off your firm is.
For this reason, offering a financial wellness package as a benefit to your employees is an excellent decision.
As an HR or benefits professional at a top law firm, you’re no stranger to the impact that stress has on your team. Many employers have made strides towards “tackling the taboo” of workplace wellness, knowing that when your team operates at their highest potential, it’s good for them, good for the client and good for the firm.
Love it or hate it, our modern world revolves around money. That’s why it’s so surprising that most of us were never taught about personal finance in school.
Sure, we somehow remember that the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell, but when it comes to compounding interest? We don’t feel so confident -- and your employees feel the same way.
"Should I file my own taxes, or hire a professional?"
It's one of the most common questions during tax season, and the answer's not always easy.
Does tax season have you frazzled?
According to TaxSlayer, an estimated 52% of U.S. adults find the tax-filing process stressful, and we bet the other 48% aren’t too thrilled about it either.
It's no secret that humans who are happy and healthy make better employees. In turn, happy and healthy employees are more productive, which drives your company's bottom line.
Tax season can be a serious headache. All the forms, the math, the anxiety-inducing deadlines...
It’s enough to make any sane person lash out, and these people did… on Twitter.
Check out their tax season struggle tweets below.