Benefit Helps Boost Employee Productivity and Bottom Line
When you offer employees a financial wellness benefit, it can ease their money worries, increase productivity and build company loyalty.
Among the employees surveyed who said that financial worries cause their work productivity to suffer, 71% have personal debt.1
Consider adding Mariner Financial Wellness as a core benefit to support your employees’ financial health. The online platform features educational resources and tools to help employees tackle goal setting, eliminate debt, increase financial knowledge and more.
When employees feel you care about their financial well-being, it builds company loyalty and makes them less likely to look elsewhere for a job.
Nearly 80% of employees experiencing financial stress said they were attracted to another company that cares more about their financial well-being.2
Employee Retention & Acquisition
Financially healthy employees are more productive and engaged, which benefits you from a retention perspective. Retaining employees helps you avoid the high cost of employee turnover and the loss of company knowledge. Adding this benefit can also help give you a competitive edge when attracting talent.
Mariner Financial Wellness features include:
Anytime employee access to the digital platform
Tools for budgeting, saving and more
Educational content to improve financial health
Financial health and progress summary
1-on-1 financial coaching from licensed professionals
Administrative dashboard to track employees’ progress
This is provided for informational and educational purposes only. Sourced information is deemed reliable, but we make no representation regarding the accuracy or completeness of the information. There is no assurance that any financial wellness offering will be successful.
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