Employers, benefits platforms, regulators, and employees are paying more attention to earned wage access (EWA) products for their potential to improve employee financial health. Employers can maximize the positive outcomes of EWA products by minimizing associated fees, explaining the program mechanics to employees, and providing a complementary suite of financial resources.
A recent study of full-time workers reveals a high need for debt-related benefits, as well as gaps between those who need these benefits most and those who currently have access to them.
The Financial Health Network began conducting research in early 2021 to identify strategies employers can use to embed an equity lens into their benefits programs. HR leaders can use these early learnings to design and deliver programs and benefits that reduce financial health gaps among employees.
Understanding the needs of your employees is the first step in creating effective employee financial health programs. Learn how Humana built its Wellbeing Snapshot to provide leaders with a 360-degree view of associate well-being and how the firm uses that data to inform the design of its financial health programs.
Catch a pre-launch preview of the Financial Health Network’s upcoming toolkit for HR leaders and employers. This free guide is full of tools, advice, and case studies to help you address the financial health challenges of your employees.
In this final installment of the "Good Jobs Matter" blog series, we use the Financial Health Network’s eight financial health indicators to explore additional ways that employers can improve the financial health of their workers.
Learn insights gathered through a recent survey of HR decision-makers on their awareness of and investments in employee financial health.
Our expert panel shares insights on the current impact to the workforce and how the pandemic could forever transform the way we work.
By Beth Brockland Senior Director, Financial Health Network March 26, 2020 Reading about the coronavirus pandemic feels a little bit like watching the world unravel before our very eyes. Every day brings new stock market lows and emergency measures. At the same time, people all over the country are demonstrating remarkable acts of humanity, practicing…
How is the financial health of Americans changing over time? In a year-over-year analysis, the second annual U.S. Financial Health Pulse report reveals that the majority of Americans are still unprepared for financial shocks.