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Make Your Workplace a Wellness Place

When you connect employees to financial wellness, you can find and keep the best talent, and workers can stay on track to reach their long-term goals. That means having employees who are less stressed and more productive.

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Our Approach Prudential and The Wellness EffectTM

As a leader in workplace benefits, Prudential has designed a platform to meet individuals with what they need to create financial wellness. By giving people the tools to help them more effectively manage their money, achieve their goals and protect against risk, we help organizations:

  • Drive productivity and growth with a more focused, engaged workforce.
  • Optimize investments in employee benefits, reducing costs such as healthcare spending and retirement plan loans.
  • Improve workforce management by helping to prevent delayed retirements.

 

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The Prudential Difference

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Our 140-year focus on financial wellness

Financial wellness is part of our DNA. That’s why we invest about $100 million annually in capabilities that help to create it. 

Our integration with other benefits offerings

We leverage and enhance existing benefits programs, boosting value to workers and organizations and providing data points that chart progress and inform next steps.

Our easy-to-implement programs that add value

Our professionals build and manage solutions provided at no additional cost to customers. Employees can trust in the guidance, and organizations can rest easy knowing there’s no heavy lifting on their part.

Our breadth of financial wellness capabilities

Our organizational expertise addresses the most critical aspects of personal finance, delivering the tools of success in modern ways that benefits employees and employers.

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Leading Insights on Financial Wellness

Why do organizations trust Prudential’s financial wellness offerings? Because their people are taking advantage of these benefits and taking action to improve their financial lives. Learn more about the best practices that can help your organization.

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The Opportunity Is Clear

70%
of hr professionals say financial issues impact employee performance1

63%
of people don’t have a deep enough rainy-day fund to cover a $500 emergency2

78%
of people in a 2016 Prudential survey said they don’t feel financially secure3

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PRUDENTIAL AND THE WELLNESS EFFECT THE EXPERIENCES TO INSPIRE

How will a workforce be engaged and energized? By accessing individual guidance from a trusted partner: direct conversations and counseling, seminars, articles, videos, infographics, and tools that channel the experience from across our company.

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Tools and Interactives

Our Financial Wellness Assessment and other tools let employees see where they stand on their road to financial wellness — and understand actions they can take to improve.

Customized Learning

Employees select the topics they care about most, populating their journey to financial wellness with content that's most relevant to them.

Deep Content Library

Hundreds of articles, videos and infographics provide ideas and action steps on the three areas of financial wellness: managing money day-to-day, achieving longer-term goals and helping to protect against risk.

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Introducing LINK by Prudential

A new personalized experience that guides employees to their goals

By blending an easy-to-use, intuitive interactive platform with Prudential financial professionals, LINK creates a roadmap to financial success and connects to solutions that can help achieve it. With its accessibility and innovation, blending advanced technology with human touch, LINK takes a modern approach to helping employees plan their financial future.

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Sources

  • 1 -  Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), “Financial Wellness in the Workplace,” May 2014
  • 2 - McGrath, Maggie, “63% of Americans Don’t Have Enough Savings to Cover a $500 Emergency,” 2016. Visit Forbes website to read more.
  • 3 - Prudential, Financial Wellness Consumer Research, 2016

     

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