CSi Financial Wellness
What is Financial Wellness?
For employers: financial wellness is defined as a program or set of programs put in place towards improving employees’ financial behavior and outcomes, which in turn affects the wellness of the business.
For employees: financial wellness is having an understanding and being confident of how their finances can prepare them for their life changes.
More than 75% of employees live paycheck to paycheck1
Did you know?
of workers spend 3 hours or more during the workweek dealing with or thinking about financial issues. That equates to $5,000 per year in productivity loss.
Source: PwC's 2016 Employee Financial Wellness Survey
Financially stressed employees are absent on average for 3.5 days annually.
Source: Willis Towers Watson 2015 Global Benefit Attitudes Survey
of employees have had to resign due to financial stress.
Source: Mercer LLC, Inside Employees' Minds
Financial Wellness Delivered
CSi Advisors + Technology is the Financial Wellness Solution
Advisors are trained to develop comprehensive short and long term strategies to pursue financial wellness and well-being.
Their actions are amplified by software designed with them in mind.
A comprehensive financial wellness program has the power to give your employees the personalized experience they need plus access to human professionals.
Decisions We Help Employees Make:
Cashflow & Budgeting
Rent vs Buy
Email Alerts & Monitoring
More than half of workers are stressed about their finances2
The Overall Financial Wellness Score of your organization is determined by our proprietary wellness assessment. This survey is answered by your employees during the onboarding process and focuses on behavioral finance methodology, the leading indicator of retirement readiness.
*The Overall Financial Wellness Score of your employees is derived from four categories: spending, saving, protection and debt. The Overall Financial Wellness score falls on a 0 to 100 scale
Overall Financial Wellness Score*
This is a hypothetical example and is not representative of nay specific situation.
1. Source: CareerBuilder 2017 Survey by Harris Poll
2. Source: PwC's 2016 Employee Financial Wellness Survey