What they didn’t
teach you in school
Think your employees know money? A recent Aon Hewitt survey of more than 425 U.S. employers, representing 11 million employees, revealed 80% cited financial wellness for their employees as the top priority in 2013. 86% of companies plan to focus communication initiatives on helping their employees evaluate and understand how much they need to save for retirement.
Financial concerns are the number one cause of household distress. Mitigating financial issues leads to higher productivity and that leads to higher company revenues. Less stress creates a happier employee, which leads to higher customer satisfaction
and higher creativity, which contributes to a higher competitive edge for your company. Operating expenses tend to decrease because employees have a better understanding of money, which encourages making better financial decisions at home, and has a residual effect at work.
Educating our employees on money management can have a ripple effect for future generations and shows that employers care about their employees.
The following four workshop modules can be conducted separately, each in duration from one hour to 90 minutes, or taken in any combination: