Nearly two-thirds of workers say it’s becoming more difficult to keep up with financial obligations. As government stimulus programs end, how can organizations help those who are financially vulnerable build a stronger financial future? Watch Rob Levy, Vice President, Research and Measurement at the Financial Health Network, and Leston Welsh, Head of Business Segments for Prudential Group Insurance, discuss the latest reports from their respective organizations underscoring key needs and trends at a national level. Plus, learn what these findings emphasize for employers, along with solutions to support financial health for all employees.
The handful of promising financial health efforts outside the U.S. have been isolated, lacking a centralized forum, practices, and priorities – until now.
Financial Health Network’s Rob Levy sets the stage for our two-day deep dive into solutions and strategies for driving financial health and the research and measurement that informs the work.
The majority of Americans are struggling financially – and the everyday economic reality is similar for those who live and work in Hawaii. The Hawaii Financial Health Pulse offers an in-depth view of their financial struggles and coping strategies, along with potential solutions to improve financial health across Hawaii and the rest of the country.
By Rob Levy, Vice President, Research and Measurement, Financial Health Network April is Financial Literacy Month, and Financial Health Network is celebrating #FinHealthMatters Day on April 25th. Additionally, we frequently hear about financial inclusion, financial wellness, financial well-being, financial security, and more. Are these terms any different? What should be our real goal? Before the…
In a new survey, the Financial Health Network reveals how financial institutions are approaching financial health as they seek to engage customers meaningfully and profitably.