Holistic financial wellness programs have the power to establish a more satisfied, engaged, and productive workforce. Beyond an attractive benefit for individual employees, promoting financial capability boosts workplace engagement and productivity. Many companies are implementing new programs to help employees with their finances. Establishing effective workplace programs will be crucial for employers who want to help their workers and help themselves.
The workplace is a natural fit for financial wellness programs, as it creates a mutually beneficial environment of increased engagement and financial security. Crucial financial decisions are made at work every day, and employers can take advantage of financial milestones (e.g. hiring and promotions) to increase their workers’ financial well-being.
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Financial wellness doesn’t need to be expensive. Programs can be customized to meet employee needs within a reasonable budget. For example, companies can choose various types of programs, such as educational seminars, online resources, and financial advising in order to promote a happier and financially healthier workplace.
GFLEC has extensive experience consulting with organizations about successful implementation of financial literacy education programs. We have documented our key findings on the effectiveness and best practices for workplace financial wellness.
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The work of Annamaria Lusardi and her team at GFLEC brings an important global perspective to vital research and knowledge in financial literacy.
New Zealand Commission for Financial Literacy and Retirement Income
One of the most important developments in financial education over the last several years is a greatly improved research agenda with outstanding academics now working in the field. GFLEC is a real leader in this effort in the U.S. and internationally. Without solid research on what works, we are just wandering around in the dark.
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National Endowment for Financial Education
Over the last few years, The George Washington University’s Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center has been a critical partner on the FINRA Foundation’s National Financial Capability Study. We frequently turn to Professor Lusardi for her insights on financial literacy and genuinely appreciate the work the Center has done to advance this field.