A Sound Investment for Employees and Their Employers: Retirement Planning, Reinvented
Date of Award
Human Resource Administration
Master of Professional Studies
Strategic HR Management
Benefit, Debt, Human resources, Investing, Personal finance, Retirement, Saving
Offering competitive health and wellness benefit programs is ever challenging for companies, as industry leaders continually devise ways to innovate and deliver high-value programs to attract and retain employees. Financial stability is a form of wellness, and yet companies offer limited finance-related benefit offerings. Employees are commonly given access to retirement savings plans and college savings plans, and yet employers do not typically incorporate educational components into benefit programs. Research presented in this paper examines the financial issues impacting the lives of young workers in the United States and makes the case for a new recruitment and retention tool: a dynamic, practical benefit program designed to engage employees in their financial planning early and empower them to make informed decisions.
Tadych, Edward, "A Sound Investment for Employees and Their Employers: Retirement Planning, Reinvented" (2010). University College: Strategic Human Resources Capstones. 20.
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