This is the year to get your financial wellness benefit right
The new year will see trends focused on expanded health care and mental health, but it’s financial wellness that can make the greatest impact.
By Brian Hamilton|January 22, 2020 at 10:29 AM
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If you’re going to spend money on a benefit for your employees, it needs to actually work. So many wellness programs just blow smoke. They either don’t give employees the right tools to succeed, or they give them a false sense of control with gimmicks and information that don’t actually make an impact for the long term.
Both lead to failure.
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