It’s time to bring financial wellness into your workplace, too

Last updated on December 23rd, 2020 at 07:22 am

Financial worries are on the rise. And studies show that people bring their financial stress to work, which is costly to your bottom line and puts a damper on employee development.

Think about your company’s strong performers whose financial struggles – for example, chronic car problems – are the only thing holding them back. Or the lost productivity when someone has to stop what they’re doing to tend to personal financial concerns.

Financial wellness is a critical, yet often overlooked, employee benefit that helps keep your workplace competitive and your workforce sharp.

Financial Wellness for Employees by Summit is a free, customized, easy-to-administer program for companies who understand the importance of overall employee well-being. And it offers the flexibility to deliver top-notch financial education to your employees at home and in the workplace.

Fitting the program to your company’s needs might include coaching events to address your employees’ overall areas of interest, held on your schedule. At the same time, the program offers online, on-demand, on-their-own-time education that’s tailored to each unique individual.

Partner with Summit for nationally recognized financial education that will help your employees face their financial realities with confidence and pay dividends throughout your organization.

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Sarah Campagna is managing vice president of business development & financial empowerment at Summit Credit Union. Financial Wellness for Employees by Summit Credit Union is designed so that with a single program, each of your employees can learn to take the best next step to financial success. And then keep going.

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