Financial Wellbeing means people in your organisation feel financially secure, have the ability to meet their expenses and are in control of their finances. If any of these aspects are lacking, it can have a negative impact on your team’s mental health.
What is financial
See positive impacts across
60% of organisations that have implemented a financial wellbeing program have seen the benefits within six months2.
When employees are less stressed about their bills and more confident with finances, they are empowered to be more engaged and productive.
Organisations offering financial wellbeing programs saw a direct impact on employee retention, wellbeing and productivity. Reduce absenteeism and mental health issues within your organisation and ensure a happier, more focused workplace.
There is very strong evidence that financial education works. A meta-analysis of 126 evaluation studies found that financial education significantly impacts financial behavior3. This in turn improves employee mental health and positions you as an employer of choice.
A practical solution
Manager of People & Culture Services, Stanwell Corporation
Why work with
Money 101 is a proven and trusted provider of financial wellbeing programs across thousands of Australian businesses.
Our online financial wellbeing program covers seven key life stages across 110 modules, plus a treasure trove of current and relevant articles for engaged learning.
We deliver flexible online learning, available whenever and wherever you and your staff need it.
Easy To Follow
We provide jargon-free online financial education that is not trying to sell you anything and has no hidden agenda.
In Good Company
We are a trusted organisation that has worked with government and industry super since 2004.
We know how sensitive financial issues can be and provide private and confidential access to all our courses.
Support your employees'
1. Half of Australians are Battling Financial Stress, The Advisor
2. Workplace Financial Wellness Index, Workplace Super Specialists of Australia
3. Does Financial Education Impact Financial Literacy and Financial Behavior, Tim Kaiser