Tag: financial wellness

What Can Squirrels Teach Us About Saving?

  They’re smart, adaptable, and they plan. Squirrels have the ability to change their behavior to survive, including finding, storing, and retrieving nuts. This likens them to humans who also change their behavior in order to survive and meet future...

/ September 20, 2017

5D Approach To Health

5D Approach To Health Traditionally, employee health and well-being programs encourage employees to be physically active and eat healthier. But true health and well-being goes far beyond the scope of exercise and healthy eating. Ancient Ayurveda teachings dating back to...

/ May 1, 2017

6 Non-Traditional Voluntary Trends in 2017

Traditional voluntary benefits include products that complement company-sponsored core benefits that suit employees’ individual needs. With non-traditional voluntary benefits, employees can even further personalize their benefits package, choosing optional benefits that resonate the most with their needs and lifestyles. Not...

/ January 28, 2017

Should You Consider Implementing A Financial Wellness Program?

American businesses have gradually realized the value that health wellness programs can deliver. A healthier workforce translates into numerous benefits: more productive employees, fewer absences, increased employee engagement and retention, even less stress on employer-sponsored health insurance programs. When it comes...

/ January 19, 2017

5 Tips for Employee Financial Wellness

Just because an employee may make a lot of money, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they are in a good financial situation. In fact, based on a recent article from Benefits Pro, the average American will spend over $600,000 in...

/ November 5, 2016

Why Do People Overspend?

Ever look at your bank account and wonder “Where did it all go?!” Our tendency to break the bank isn’t just learned from our friends and family, it’s hard wired into our psyches. Why is this so? 1. We fail...

/ October 9, 2016

5 Good Money Habits to Pass on to Your Children

Good savings habits are best modeled. I truly believe that one of the most important things my parents did for me as a child was give me the opportunity to work for things myself. They operated on the philosophy that even if...

/ September 6, 2016

4 Tips for a Financially Healthy Relationship

According to surveys from the American Psychological Association and Reader’s Digest, money is a primary source of stress for Americans and it can certainly be a major source of stress in marriages and long-term committed relationships. For 4 tips for...

/ September 16, 2014