Posts Tagged ‘financial wellness’

Retirement Readiness: A Marathon, Not a Sprint

August 29th, 2018 by Jonathan Leidy

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Training for the Financial Marathon

For many people, their ultimate financial goal is to reach a comfortable retirement with enough reserves to enjoy it. In many ways, achieving Retirement Readiness is just like running a marathon; it’s a long-term undertaking that takes loads of preparation and persistence.

As the sponsor of your company’s retirement plan, you play a crucial role in helping your employees reach these long-term financial goals. Imagine yourself as a trainer; you are there to build a training regimen that enhances your employees’ ability to achieve their goals and keeps them motivated along the way. Read the rest of this entry »

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On average, 42% of Americans make money-related resolutions at the beginning of each year.  However, in less than 6 months, half of the “once dedicated” abandon their goals.[1] But, as we all know, it takes longer than 6 months to reach a meaningful retirement savings objective.

So, how can you, as a plan sponsor, sustain that resolution momentum so that your employees continue to save for retirement? In this article we will discuss holistic ways to promote financial wellness among your employees as well as plan design tips aimed at increasing participation and savings rates. Read the rest of this entry »

Benchmarking Your Company’s Financial Wellness Program

October 12th, 2017 by Jonathan Leidy

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Financial wellness is more than just a buzzword or a “feel-good” benefit: when effectively implemented, it can be a powerful tool to help employees take control of their financial lives and help your company reach organizational goals.

This article will share insights on program partners and workplace benefits, as well as benchmarking tips and strategies that seek to improve financial wellness and increase employee engagement. Read the rest of this entry »