Financial Security Management provides a variety of workplace personal financial education training programs, also called a Lunch & Learn, that are proven to improve employee performance, morale, and loyalty. We will customize a seminar to fit your specific audience, and time window. Our seminars range from a 20 minute basic presentation to a full 90 minute class. Most often, we will provide lunch for your employees while we present our financial education presentation.
Here is a short synopsis of what one of seminars will cover.
Through the employer, and without any cost to you whatsoever (not even slots for bookkeeping), we help increase your employee’s income by $312 per month (the national average); help them get totally out of debt in 9 years or less, including their mortgage and without having to pay additional monies out of pocket, and have a minimum of $300,000 for their retirement!
Unlike financial advisors, who focus on advising their clients about specific financial products they sell, like mutual funds, life insurance, health insurance, annuities, managed money accounts, and so on; we teach a proven financial literacy program that is based on 10 Principles of Money Management, that allows people to get immediate control of their spending, debt, and taxation.
Benefits To Employers:
- Increase employee productivity—Research shows 25% of employees have financial problems severe enough to have a negative impact on their productivity.
- Reduce absenteeism—National average shows employees spend 20 hours each month on personal financial issues.
- Decrease direct employer costs related to wage garnishments, bankruptcies, payroll deductions for child support and alimony, and administrative costs for borrowing against retirement plans.
- Increase contributions to retirement plans.
- Increase loyalty to employer.
- Reduce employee stress-related illnesses and mental disorders.
Benefits To Employees:
- Builds assets and eliminates debt.
- Increases ability to retire early or at least on time.
- Gain appreciation for and participate at a higher level in employer-sponsored programs.
- Change behavior that negatively impacts job performance.