1. The True Cost of Financial Stress at Work

    Although unemployment rates are at a 16-year low in the United States, many workers still feel stressed about their personal finances — over 60% of Americans wouldn’t be able to cover a $500 emergency. This problem is only compounded by a lack of financial education among the workforce. As employees remain stressed about their personal finances, the…

  2. 6 ways to increase benefits engagement with no budget

    Businesses of all sizes can benefit from engaging their employees in their wellness benefits offerings. Engaged employees have increased productivity, lower healthcare costs, and better overall job satisfaction. Unfortunately, wellness rollout plans can be pricey. Below, we take a look at ways to increase benefits engagement without breaking the bank. Increase awareness of benefits Only 41%…

  3. Evaluating the VOI of Your Wellness Plans

    Employers are no longer just focusing on traditional metrics to evaluate the benefits plans they offer to employees. Instead of only healthcare savings or adoption rates of retirement plans, employers are now focusing their attention on additional metrics called VOIs (Value on Investments). VOIs give employers deeper insights into the success of wellness programs and…