A financial wellness blog by the experts at Enrich

colleagues talking
14
Mar

Talking to Colleagues About Money: How Much Should you Share?

Talking to anyone about your finances feels like sharing extremely personal information, but it can be necessary to get tips to improve your finances as well help improve theirs.

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12
Feb

A Little Goes A Long Way When It Comes To Retirement Savings

Are you contributing to your retirement fund? Is your employer matching your contribution? Here's how contributing each month can add up to big savings in the long term.

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Dr. Doom and Charlie Brown discussing money
3
Feb

Money Talks, People Don’t - The Negative Social Stigma Behind Money - Enrich

America has a self-esteem problem, but we refuse to talk about it because, well, we have a self-esteem problem. Low self-esteem can be defined as having a negative opinion of oneself. A view that we generally place on ourselves and those around us...

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infographic on the cost of replacing an employee - Enrich Financial Wellness
15
Jan

Financial Wellness: Is it worth the work?

High turnover rates impact company culture, productivity, engagement, and overhead. The attrition rate is the term used for the amount of money employers lose due to employees leaving. Because no two employees make the same amount, the cost of attrition

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Messaging Strategies for Successful Financial Wellness Programs
15
Dec

Best Practice Segment: Consistent Messaging Strategies for a Successful Financial Wellness Program

Financial wellness programs are best designed with learners’ goals at the core of each program. Every demographic has different interests, and different time-frames for financial goals--some learners may be looking into...

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7
Dec

Why Employees Disengage From Wellness Programs

Financial pressures place strain on marriages, delay major purchases and stagnate the overall economy. While a focus on Health initiatives definitely has its place, focusing on the top causes of stress can help reduce the costs of stress-related health

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18
Nov

The 4 stages of competence: The Road to Financial Wellness

The 4 Stages of Competence, or the Conscious-Competence Model, is a framework for behavior change (Cannon, Feinstein & Friesen 2010) measured across two dimensions: Consciousness-Unconsciousness and

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17
Nov

Congress Approves Robocalls From Debtors

In 2008, the global recession reached economic levels reminiscent of the Great Depression of the 20th century, and the global market place did a lot of shifting that people are still getting used to. The U.S. has pulled out of the recession very recently

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6
Nov

Your Boss May Soon Pay Off Your Student Loans

According to the 2015 Student Loan Burden Report, college graduates are postponing marriage, delaying major purchases such as houses & cars, and are postponing moving out of their parents’ house. The amount of debt accrued by these graduates has more than

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23
Oct

4 Components of Holistic Financial Wellness

When creating a financial wellness program, there are many design options available. Enrich uses a holistic approach that seeks to engage and develop the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of each employee.

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