We have moved on from talking about Baby Boomers (born 1946 – 1964) and their needs in the workplace to talking about Millennials (born 1981 to 1996 generally) – those who became adults in the early part of this century. Millennials are now the driving force in the working world and their needs are different from their counterparts before them.
Many of them have large student loans and are less likely to become homeowners at an early age. Most feel that they are not making enough money at their jobs, so are unable to save. Although society has been great about teaching them how to spend money and get into debt, it has done millennials a disservice by not teaching them how to manage money, pay down debt, or save and invest for the future.
Millennials are now looking to their employers to provide more than just a paycheck. Along with flexible working hours, technology to facilitate working remotely, top employers are also adding financial wellness to their benefit offerings. Financial wellness includes access to resources and education.
Financial Knowledge provides comprehensive, conflict-free financial education to employees. With over 50 classes to choose from and a variety of delivery options (on-site, online or pre-recorded) we have something for just about everyone. have over 50 classes, offered either in person, as online live webinars or as recorded classes. Each course includes a workbook, covering the topic extensively. Classes can be tailored to include company specific information such as retirement plans, stock plans or HealthSaving Accounts.
Our clients, top employers, offer Financial Knowledge classes to ensure that their employees understand their personal finances so that they can manage their money with confidence.
Contact us today to discuss how we can help you to attract, sustain and grow your millennial workforce.