Every generation of worker is struggling with various financial stressors. It’s the top cause of lost productivity. As an HR leader, you want to help find ways to help alleviate the pressure.
Employers are starting to realize that providing their people with a fair and regular paycheck and 401(k) just isn’t good enough to ensure their financial health. And it is their problem.
SHRM partner Prosperity Now created a Workplace Finanancial Wellness Services primer specifically for employer to help them create workplace-based financial wellness programs. The blog post below gives more information on the primer and offers six services that can help employees deal with the problems associated with financial insecurity.
Hello, I’m Irene Saccoccio, National Public Affairs Specialist, from the U.S. Social Security Administration. April is National Financial Literacy Month and our Third National my Social Security Week, April 4-13, 2016.
Dr. Woody chats with Barbara Corcoran about Financial Stress Awareness month and how the stress of money can impact how employees function on the job.
Dr. Woody is a #SHRM16 Blogger! Stay tuned to the SHRM Blog for more great posts over the next few months.
Stress is not just a first-world problem—it’s a global issue. In fact, the leading health issue driving wellness strategies globally is stress, according to a new survey of over 1,000 respondents across 37 countries conducted by global HR benefits consulting firm Buck Consultants.
Financial literacy is the ability to understand money and make informed decisions about how to use it, and more employers are beginning to recognize the benefits of offering financial literacy education programs to employees.