Financial wellness programs can help employees survive and thrive
Employers need to show they understand employees’ fears, let them know they are not alone in making performance decisions, and communicate how the solutions offered can protect their financial health and well-being. (Photo: Shutterstock)
Stress and anxiety are part of everyday life in today’s fast-paced, constantly active environment. Concerns about family and finances can lead to increased pressures at home and decreased productivity at work. Fortunately, employers can help alleviate this stress and increase engagement by providing solutions to their employees to help secure their family’s financial future.
Sharon Scanlon is Senior Vice President of Customer Experience (CX) and Producer Solutions at Lincoln Financial Group and serves as Chief Marketing Officer for Workplace Solutions, which includes two of Lincoln Financial Group’s core businesses – Group Benefits and Retirement Plan Services.