Employer Benefits

How Financial Wellness Education Benefits the Workplace


Research shows that employers who provide financial education for their employees are repaid up to three times the cost of their efforts through reduced absenteeism, less time spent dealing with personal financial matters at work and increased productivity. Consider these positive effects of personal financial education on workplace productivity.

Employer Benefits

  • Fewer on-the-job errors
  • Fewer extended lunch breaks
  • Fewer paycheck advances
  • Less money borrowed from coworkers
  • Less absenteeism
  • Better employee attitudes
  • More enthusiasm about work
  • Less personal business conducted at work
  • Fewer personal phone calls
  • Increased willingness to participate in team-building activities

The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential … these
are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.

Community Action Partnership
Metro Technology Centers
TrueSky Credit Union
MidFirst Bank
Counts & Associates
Bank of Oklahoma
Arvest Bank
Metropolitan Fair Housing