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A CEO’s Perspective on Financial Wellness: Part 2 – Financial Literacy

While “financial literacy” could have a negative connotation for some, in the context of financial wellness, it is an enormous advantage. Many employers implement financial wellness programs or tools thinking it’s a way to help employees fix a problem. And for many it does. However, there is more to it than that. What is financial […]

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A Review of the Top 3 Financial Wellness Programs in 2019 & Beyond

Do your employees have access to the financial help they need? Over half of employees find dealing with personal finances stressful, and those who are struggling financially report significantly higher stress than other workers. When you help your employees by offering a financial wellness program that provides financial education and assistance, everyone wins. You get […]

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How Much HooPayz Saved Our Own Employees on Healthcare

That’s right. Integrity Data doesn’t just offer HooPayz as a valuable healthcare advocate for our clients, we use it too! And we were really excited to see how much time and money our own employees saved. Healthcare costs have skyrocketed and navigating the healthcare system has become increasingly complicated and time-consuming. Employees can spend hours […]

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How Employers Are Managing Rising Healthcare Costs in 2019

Yes, the price of health insurance is still rising. But that’s no surprise. Companies have nervously anticipated that news annually for a long time. The good news—or as good as it gets—is that the rise in employer healthcare costs per employee has plateaued over the last few years. According to the Society for Human Resource […]

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GotZoom: How to Help Employees Reduce Student Loan Debt and Focus on Work

Talking about student loan debt is pretty disheartening. Most college students, focused on getting an education, avoid addressing the cost issue until it slams them in the face: the first payment is due, and it’s between $200 and $500 a month. The average U.S. college graduate has $37,414 in debt, which usually takes 21 years […]

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