About the Guide: How to Use Wellness Dollars to Fund Your Workplace Financial Wellbeing Program
Who this guide is for:
HR and Benefits professionals looking to tap into the power of wellness dollars to fund their workplace financial wellbeing programs or create powerful incentive strategies. Consultants who are looking to support their clients in leveraging the wellness dollars at their disposal to bring on new benefits programs.
Summary of this guide:
In the current economic climate, benefits teams must strategically advocate for benefits investments. Unlock the power of wellness dollars, which are allocated funds from insurance companies that have the potential to revolutionize your approach.
This guide delves into the concept of wellness dollars and their transformational impact on building robust financial wellbeing programs that not only reduce top-line costs but also drive employee engagement.
Understanding Wellness Dollars:
- Wellness dollars, provided by insurance companies to corporate clients, fund qualifying employee health and wellness initiatives.
- These investments are based on the premise that wellbeing programs enhance employee health, reducing healthcare claims for insurers.
- Referred to as wellness incentives, health dollars, or wellness credits, these funds operate on a use-it-or-lose-it basis throughout the year.
Leveraging Wellness Dollars for Financial Wellbeing Programs:
Engage proactively with insurance providers and wellbeing vendors to unlock the full potential of wellness dollars. LearnLux offers swift implementation, ensuring employers of all sizes optimize their wellness dollars effectively. Download the guide & reach out to our team to explore workplace financial wellbeing possibilities and capitalize on your wellness dollars before they expire.
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