Financial Wellness in the Workplace: Best Practices and Financial Planning Basics


Wilfred O. Hunt (Editor)

Series: Business Issues, Competition and Entrepreneurship
BISAC: BUS063000

In the wake of the recession, many employers have seen how financial distress reduces worker productivity, increases absenteeism, and undermines employees’ health. Forward-looking employers have begun to take action, adopting creative approaches to enhance employee financial well-being. Innovative companies are leveraging technology, peer-to-peer relationships, and other promising practices to find low-cost, high-impact ways to promote financial wellness at work. This book is a resource for employers, non-profits, and others interested in promoting financial wellness programs in the workplace (Imprint: Novinka)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1 – Financial Wellness at Work:A Review of Promising Practices (pp. 1-40)
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Chapter 2 – Financial Capability at Work: A Strategic Framework for Employers (pp. 41-46)
President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability, Partnerships Committee

Chapter 3 – Workplace Financial Capability Framework – Summary of Comments (pp. 47-60)
President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability Partnerships Committee

Chapter 4 – Saving and Investing: A Roadmap to Your Financial Security Through Saving and Investing (pp. 61-82)
Securities and Exchange Commission, Office of Investor Education and Advocacy


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