For most of us, money represents security, so uncertainty related to money can really wreak havoc with our peace of mind. The trick is to find ways to work past the fear and stress, so you can keep moving towards your financial goals.
Many surveys have shown that Millennial women tend to carry more debt than Millennial men, and that they make less money to boot. To compound matters, undersaving for retirement is common for men and women of all ages. If you’re a Millennial woman, here are some steps you can you take to help level the playing field and secure your financial future.
We are in the Wild West phase of financial wellness. No one area of financial wellness is emphasized by a majority of employers. For employers tackling financial wellness in these early stages, here’s my advice for cutting through the confusion.
SUM180’s client-centered adaptability and agility is key to delivering financial wellness programs that engage and empower behavioral change for your employees. We listen so we can meet you – and your employees – where you are. Our goal is for each of your employees to respond to your SUM180 program with, “This feels right for me. I can do this!”
Now that your long-term financial security is about to become a team project, it’s time to make a habit of thinking in terms of steps to you can take together, rather than separately.
No single wellness benefit drives retention, but taken holistically, wellness benefits show your company cares. And that does drive retention.