How are your employees feeling, financially? With the state of our world today, many HR teams want to know, yet are hesitant to ask. Thankfully, PwC has your back with their 9th annual Employee Financial Wellness Survey.
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The LearnLux Financial Wellness Blog
Financial wellbeing experts and first-time explorers, unite! In partnership with HR.com's INSPIRE conference on June 24th, LearnLux teamed up with Gallagher for a fun fireside chat that left attendees feeling ready to tackle this complex workplace wellness topic with confidence.
Once the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic is behind us, what will the new working world look like? It's a question that many HR teams have started to ask.
LearnLux has been named a World Changing Ideas Awards 2020 honoree in the category of Education for our innovative Workplace Financial Wellness program. Thanks to the editors and esteemed judges at Fast Company for this recognition!
Stay inside. Wash your hands. Try not to panic about the state of the economy and its impacts on your money.
Keeping remote teams engaged, productive and financially well during this pandemic can feel like a tall order for employers. Even if a steady paycheck is still coming in, employee financial stress sharply increases during times of uncertainty.
LearnLux is proud to announce the expansion our financial wellness program with new content on health insurance, disability insurance, and life insurance.
Managing your finances can feel like a confusing puzzle on and off the clock. Most of us want clear cut answers telling us how to spend, save, pay off debt, and handle big decisions.
But money is personal, and the best advice I can offer to one employee doesn’t always apply to everyone’s situation. Even so, employees of all demographics and pay grades are asking the same questions.
Everywhere you look there’s advice on how to make this ‘your’ year — the one where you exercise more, eat healthier, and get your financial life in order.
On a personal level, you might have set a goal to save more, pay off debt, and creating a plan for your money this year.
As a benefits professional, you might have noticed the growing trend of financial wellness, and hope to bring guidance and support to your workplace. Either way, you might be considering the help of a Financial Advisor.
Millions of Americans make New Year's resolutions and head into January feeling capable and motivated. Yet, many struggle to make progress towards their goals and nearly 80% give up entirely by mid-February.
A quick search of "financial resolutions for 2020" brings up articles like this with jargon like eliminate high-cost, non-deductible consumer debt and match repayment terms to your time horizons.
If you need a financial dictionary on hand just to set your goals, how can you be expected to reach them?