Employees need help.

Many were already struggling financially, and the current environment has made it harder. In fact, 38% of employees have less than $1,000 saved to deal with an emergency.

PwC’s 9th annual Employee Financial Wellness Survey, COVID-19 Update, PwC US, 2020.

It’s no longer enough to help with just retirement – they need tools to:

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Stay healthy
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Manage finances
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Get out of debt
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Increase emergency savings
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Protect themselves
and loved ones

Helping with that intersection of needs is the future of wellness – and a key to the success of your business.

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They’re motivated to act.

Employees can’t plan for the future when they’re just trying to get through today. The good news is, they want to act.

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93% of those surveyed say that current global events have motivated them to want to take one or more specific actions to improve their finances.
Lincoln Financial, COVID-19 Sentiment Tracking Study, July 1, 2020 to July 14, 2020.

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51% of Americans surveyed say financial stress had a negative impact on their life in the past year, affecting their personal health and/or their performance at work.
2019 Lincoln Financial Focus: Goals and Reflections of the Modern Consumer

Help them help you.

And now, they’re turning to you. You know the disadvantages of an unhealthy workforce — absenteeism, decreased productivity, and increased healthcare costs. When employees are financially well, they’re happier, healthier, and more productive.

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97% of employees see financial wellness programs as either important or nice to have from an employer.
Lincoln Financial, COVID-19 Sentiment Tracking Study, July 1, 2020 to July 14, 2020.

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60% of employees say they’d be more likely to stay at a job if their employer offered financial wellness benefits that help them better manage their finances.
Financial Health Network, Better for Employees, Better for Business: Providing the Tools to Meet the Financial Health Needs of Employees, May 2019.
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Financial wellness report

Find out more

Learn more about the benefits of financial wellness for your employees, and for your bottom line.