Publication Date

2019

Publisher

Washington University in St. Louis, Social Policy Institute

Summary

Employee financial wellness programs (EFWPs) are gaining in popularity as a strategy to address workers' financial challenges and goals beyond offering health and retirement benefits. Most workers say they are stressed about their finances1 and a third are less productive at work because of this stress.2 Although employers are increasingly interested in offering EFWPs, little research has been conducted concerning these workplace financial products and services.

Document Type

Research Brief

Original Citation

Frank-Miller, E., Fox-Dichter, S., Wolter, S., Hampton, J., & Zeng, Y. (2019). Financial counseling for low- to moderate-income employees: An assessment of engagement, and outcomes. (SPI Research Report No. 19-06). St. Louis, MO: Washington University, Social Policy Institute.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7936/vv2e-h056

Project

Workforce Financial Stability Initiative (WFSI)

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