To Get Workers to Save, Think Like a Retailer
To get workers saving more and making positive behavioral changes, follow the example set by major retailers with their rewards and incentives programs.
Gender Gap in Financial Know-How Leveling Off
“Women need to get ahead of men” in order to overcome barriers like longer lifespans and less time in the work force, said the author of the Financial Finesse study.
Better Employee-Benefits Communication Means Happier Workers
Employers are “embracing benefits planning and combining traditional benefits communication with financial planning to help employees,” Liz Davidson, CEO and founder of Financial Finesse, said in a webcast on Tuesday.
How to Boost Employees’ Financial Well-Being
Wellness, said CEO Liz Davidson of Financial Finesse, is a “mastery of financial issues, with little or no financial stress.”
Employees Report Low Financial Stress—Maybe Too Low
Employees who are the least stressed are the farthest behind in financial planning, a Financial Finesse report found.
Forget March Madness, Pity the Poor(?) NFL Players
Since the NFL players' union decertified and the owners locked them out, what are the financial risks for the players, many of whom are high-profile celebrities, with brands and reputations to protect?