financial wellness

  1. Financial Flexibility Isn’t True Wellness

    The best way to help employees feel less stressed is to help them feel more financially confident. But recently, financial flexibility has taken the place of true wellness.

  2. The Added Costs of Financial Stress at Work

    Financial stress affects employees’ health and it costs businesses billions each year. Employers can save money and create a healthier workforce by addressing it. The right tools can lower insurance premiums and reduce absenteeism.

  3. Financial Stressors a Wellness Program Can’t Address

    Financial wellness programs are more popular than ever. Unfortunately, they aren’t able to remedy every financial stressor employees have because some financial issues stem from the workplace. Employers should focus on both traditional financial wellness and addressing these key issues. Bad Management Bad management is often cited as one of the main reasons employees leave…

  4. Empower Employees with Financial Wellness

    Financial wellness is one of the most sought-after employee benefits. In this episode of “Innovation Conversations with NFP”, we speak with Chris Whitlow, CEO and Founder of Edukate. Learn about Edukate’s comprehensive financial wellness offering to employers and how you can put this to work to empower employees!

  5. Financial Wellness Isn’t Just for Open Enrollment

    Open enrollment isn’t the only time that you can make an impact with financial wellness. For platforms like Edukate, rollout doesn’t have to happen during open enrollment. In fact, most plans roll out outside of open enrollment. Data Handling Edukate doesn’t collect personal or sensitive data from employees. As a result, we avoid the headaches…

  6. Student Loan Benefits with Gradifi Partnership

    In 2018, over half of American businesses offered financial wellness. Unfortunately, only 35% of employees actually use it. Today, Edukate is partnering with Gradifi to bridge that gap by offering student loan benefits. Often, employees don’t use their benefits because they don’t help in the areas they need most. Student loans affect millions of Americans….