Better for Employees, Better for Business: Providing the Tools to Meet the Financial Health Needs of Employees
Many employees are financially stressed and are looking to their employers for support. In this infographic, we focus on employees’ needs for financial guidance, emergency savings, and debt management benefits. By providing support in these areas, employers can distinguish themselves, improve worker engagement, and help employees to thrive.
Employees at mid- to large-sized companies struggle with many aspects of their financial lives, causing them stress and creating spillover effects on job productivity, according to a new survey of 1,000 employees. In this infographic, Financial Health Network reveals key survey findings and opportunities for employers.
This infographic shows how low-to-middle income households prepare for and handle financial shocks.
This infographic illustrates aspects and trends of employee financial health, from how financial stress at work hurts employee productivity to how investing in employee financial health is good for business.
New research reveals just how much money financially underserved consumers spend on financial products and services. The latest data shows that in 2014, consumers spent $138 billion to simply manage their financial lives.
This infographic illustrates the types and uses of Small-Dollar Credit products.
Over 100 million Americans encounter difficulty managing their household cashflow. This infographic illustrates some of the challenges these households face and describes how the Financial Solutions Lab can help to improve their financial health.
Learn about the different phases of Start2Save, Opportunity Fund's savings program, which has provided $83 million in microloans and microsavings for clients in need since 1994.
Learn how Goodwill created a mutually beneficial situation for the organization and its employees by offering payroll cards with features to help employees spend, save, and budget.
The underserved represent a vast opportunity for financial services providers to meet consumer demand for high-quality products that support financial health.
From the U.S. Financial Diaries: Learn how and why short-term savings matter, especially for people in the United States who are earning unsteady incomes and facing unforeseen financial challenges.