Financial education is becoming increasingly popular as an employee benefit. It’s known to decrease money-related stress by giving employees control over their money instead of letting it control them. As a company benefit, financial education increases productivity and improves employee morale.
How Employee Expectations Are Changing the Workplace Today’s employees have a whole new set of expectations for the workplace. Not only is there a demand for higher pay to keep up with the cost of living, but there is also a renewed demand for respect in the workplace. Companies who don’t meet these expectations find […]
Millennials are Changing the Workforce Millennials are the largest generation in the labor force. By 2025, 75% of the workforce is expected to be made up of millennials, according to Pew research. Many employers are frustrated with millennials’ tendency to change jobs frequently. But as this generation is continually looking for more meaningful work, what […]
How Inflation Rates Should Prompt New Financial Benefits As of June 2022, the U.S. inflation rate has been as high as 8.6%. Unfortunately, the biggest price increases are not in the discretionary categories such as entertainment and travel. Instead, the increases are in the essentials, primarily gas, food, and housing. Workers can’t afford to cut […]