When financial wellness works, we all benefit. It's what Prudential calls "The Wellness Effect." Because helping workers achieve financial wellness benefits more than just workers. It helps their organizations, too. With an effective approach to financial wellness, employers can advance strategic goals like improving productivity, optimizing investments in employee benefits, and improving workforce and cost management. Workers adopt behaviors that help them realize financial security: managing day-to-day finances, achieving important goals, and protecting against key risks. "The Power of The Wellness Effect" presents Prudential's unique perspectives on financial wellness, along with best practices for implementing financial wellness solutions.view more white papers
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