Addressing the modern Concerns of an overworked, overstressed workforce. Annual US Employee Benefit Trends Survey- 2019 Metlife
Important information for both employers and individuals, this study demonstrates the immense pressure and stress employees bring with them to work everyday. Employee wellness is a huge concern for employers and small businesses, as the burden of employee financial stress reduces productivity and quality of their work. Financial stress is not only hurting job satisfaction, it is weighing on growth, revenue and the bottom line.
Given the strong job market (fueled by low unemployment and labor shortages) employees are leaving companies for more than just financial reasons. The results effect more than the bottom line, employee turnover and loss of key talent hurts growth, operations and company morale. People want a work environment that will improve their quality of life, both at the office and at home. Employees are migrating to organizations that offer benefits and programs to deliver this ideal lifestyle.
Lane Hipple has created a program to address employees financial stress and cultivate a happier workforce. Our innovative approach helps companies take a proactive approach to address this through financial literacy and empowerment. In partnership with employers we deliver education and support to relieve employees of financial burdens. The outcome is a more engaged, productivity and happier workforce, which will retain the talented employees, while creating loyalty and commitment to the organization. Our engagements are customizable and can be implemented with organizations of any size or location. Whether a local small business or a midsize multi-office growth organization, our flexible solutions deliver. Reach out our partner Andy Hipple to learn more about this innovative and exciting new frontier of employee benefit and wellness. 856-638-1855 ANDY@LHSWEALTH.COM
Historically, the Market Performs Well After Midterm Elections
While America—and more than likely, the world—is focused on the U.S. midterm
elections, the U.S. stock market continues to reach all-time highs. At the same time,
trade wars are weighing on sentiment globally.
Regardless of party affiliation, investors may try to gauge what will happen on election night and whether to
make any adjustments accordingly. From a financial perspective, the good news is that historically midterm
elections have not had a major impact on the financial markets or provided reasons for investors to make major
changes to their investment plans. It’s critical to take a step back and let history be our guide.
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