This affects their mental and physical health and results in lower productivity at work. Now, more than ever, employees need benefits and programs to help them manage their money, better absorb financial shocks and save for the things that allow them to enjoy life.
Fortunately, there’s no shortage of solutions you can turn to. The challenge is knowing which ones are best suited to address your employees’ most pressing needs. With four generations in the workforce and a variety of financial priorities, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. In times like this, it’s best to start by listening.
This guide offers seven tips for creating an employee survey to help you:
Identify your employees’ most pressing financial stressors
Determine the most effective solutions for your unique employee population
Track the success of your initiatives year over year