Give your workforce a path to financial wellness
HUB FinPath is a personalized wellbeing offering that gives employees access to certified financial coaches, and digital tools that help employers strengthen the financial health of their workforce.
Actions to Manage Employee Financial Stress
Employer contributions to reduce student loan debt are now tax free. Here’s how you can take advantage to help recruit and retain top talent.
Financial stress affects employee productivity, engagement and retention - and has an impact on physical health. Download this infographic to learn how employers can help.
30% of Americans put off getting healthcare due to costs. Supplemental health and disability insurance can provide employees with the coverage they need.
Learn why hospital indemnity plans are filling the gap for unexpected hospitalizations.
42% of Americans will retire with little to no savings. Programs like auto enrollment, auto escalation and investment advisory services can make a difference in retirement savings.
Understand how taking a longer view of retirement planning works to improve savings.
Your retirement, disability and life insurance benefits may be perfectly adequate for most of your employees, but not for highly compensated executives.
Learn how to protect your executive team and attract the top talent you need to lead your organization.
78% of workers live paycheck to paycheck and many don’t have a bank account. No access to credit or savings sets them up for predatory loans and high interest charges.
Here’s what you can do to provide employees with banking resources that help protect their earnings.
Student loan debt – now at an estimated $1.53 trillion and growing – isn’t merely a problem for your millennials or the Zs coming up behind them.
Learn what programs you can implement to help employee pay down student loan debt.
Financial stress on workers can drive down employee engagement and productivity. Here’s how you can address the issue through financial wellness initiatives.
Did you know?
Employers who offer financial wellness programs report higher satisfaction with benefits and 69% are measuring program results on a quarterly or monthly basis.