1. Rethinking Financial Wellness Education ROIs

    Recordkeepers and employers are beginning to rethink their approach to financial wellness. Almost all employers say they offer financial wellness benefits of some kind.

    But many employers face a hurdle. Defining a tangible ROI for a wellness program can be difficult.

  2. Quarterly Wellness: Top 3 Engagement Tips

    It’s important to revisit your wellness programs every few months to keep them effective. Below are three things you should do for quarterly wellness efforts. Talk to Employees Employee engagement surveys are a great way to get a pulse for how a program is performing. Use them to find out how employees feel about their…

  3. Why Employees Aren’t Using Your Wellness Programs

    Almost 70% of businesses offer wellness for their employees. Unfortunately, many employees aren’t using those wellness programs. But despite their prevalence, employers still struggle to get employees to engage and utilize their benefits. There are some key reasons why employers are struggling. From a lack of a communication strategy to not thinking about benefits the…

  4. Better Open Enrollment Emails Pop with These 5 Tools

    Email is still the dominant communication medium for employers and marketers alike. During open enrollment, you’ll likely be sending a lot of emails to your employees. This year, instead of sending the same memos and reminders that are likely archived before they’re even read, spice up your campaigns with these free tools. Really Good Emails If…

  5. Using Video to Boost Your Open Enrollment Campaigns

    Video is king. Even social networks and news outlets have prioritized video over text and photography alone. Because it’s easier to consume and is more engaging, video can be an important part of your open enrollment efforts. overall. Video Types Because video is so versatile, you should focus on a few key areas when you’re…

  6. Creating Goals for Your Financial Wellness Program

    The success of your financial wellness program is only as good as the goals you set. Your goals can help you measure the success of a program rollout and evaluate the costs. As your plans adapt to employees’ needs, your goals will likely change. Below are popular goals to see how your program is performing….