The Journey to

Financial Wellness

 

A Return on Investment

 

Providing Financial Health/Wellness to all employees can help be a significant boost to changing the behavior listed above.    It can also help you stand out as an employer of choice in your local community; by providing programs like this that care for your people, so that they can do their best work to care for your customers.

 

For the Employee

 

By investing in financial education that focuses on the following key areas, your organization can make a difference in the quality of life for each of your employees:

 

¨ Understanding their earnings, taxes, cost of benefits, etc.

 

¨ Living within our means, how to stay within my family budget

 

¨ Saving for the future, for their dreams of tomorrow

 

¨ How to protect and insure the assets they have against an unexpected loss

 

For Your Business

 

¨ Fewer absences

 

¨ Less preoccupied workforce

 

¨ Increased productivity and greater commitment

 

¨ Higher work quality

 

¨ Improved employee retention rates

 

¨ Reduced administrative fees

 

¨ Increased number of on-time worker requirements

 

—Personal Finance Employee Education Foundation 2009

 

To find out more about what you can do and to find help in your local community, please continue to click any of the resources provided on this site or click on the following links:

 

www.MyMoney.Gov

www.NFCC.org

www.mymoneycheckup.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“The addition of a financial wellness component can offer significant

advantages for a

company’s bottom line and increase

appreciation for the benefits they

already offer.”

—An Essential Component of Your Wellness Strategy,

MetLife

 

 

 

 

Financial Education in the Workplace

Governor’s Council on Financial Literacy

Workplace Financial Literacy Workgroup

WI Department of Financial Institutions

Office of Financial Literacy

201 W. Washington Ave., Ste. 300 (53703)

PO Box 7847

Madison WI 53707-7847

(608) 261-9540

www.wdfi.org