workplace wellness

Workplace financial wellness programs are seen as a win-win for employers and employees. They help employees to create economic stability while contributing to employee satisfaction and an employer’s bottom line. Navigant Advisory Group works facilitates onsite workshops at small business and large corporations to deliver workplace wellness solutions to employees. 

Why is this important?

• 46% of Americans say that they do not have enough money to cover a $400 emergency expense
(Federal Reserve Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households 2015)
• 43% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck and 57% of Americans describe themselves as
struggling financially (Center for Financial Services Innovation)
• Nearly one in three employees reports that issues with personal finance are a stress and distraction
at work. 46% of those who are distracted by their finances say that they spend three or more
hours at work thinking about or dealing with issues related to their personal finances
(PricewaterhouseCoopers 2017 Employee Financial Wellness Survey)
• In an Aon Hewitt survey, 89% of employers indicated that they are very or moderately likely to add tools, services, or communications to expand their financial well-being services. 

We work with a network of advisors to deliver content equitably. We deliver content around executive deferred compensation then we stick around to provide information on planning and budgeting to the rank and file employees as well. In other words we are inclusive and we deliver financial content professionally and equitably.