Seize the current opportunity to promote financial wellness
Before this year, most American households admitted to struggling with at least one aspect of their financial health. Then COVID-19 came along. An astonishing 91% of full-time U.S. employees are concerned about some aspect of financial wellness in the current environment.1It’s clear that most Americans aren’t prepared for financial bumps in the road. 42% of millennials cited a lack of adequate emergency savings as their top money stressor.2
But there’s good news, too. They know they need help and are looking to their employers to find it. Join us to hear how offering a financial wellness program can create happier, healthier employees and can impact an employer's bottom line.
- The current financial wellness landscape and the impact of COVID-19 on financial well-being
- Millennial and Gen Z research, misconceptions, and realities
- How an employer can embrace financial wellness and implement a program at its organization
1Lincoln Financial, COVID-19 Sentiment Tracking Study, July 1, 2020, to July 14, 2020.
2PwC US, PwC’s 9th annual Employee Financial Wellness Survey, COVID-19 Update, 2020.
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