71% of Employees Feel Financial Wellness Should Be Part of Their Employer's Wellness Program, According to New Research by FSFE

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Four Seasons Financial Education finds employees want more for their wellness programs.

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Employees will seek out employers that offer these types of valuable benefits.

Financial wellness firm, Four Seasons Financial Education (FSFE), recently released the results of the 2014 FSFE Financial Wellness Survey, which included feedback from 500 employees across the United States. According to the survey, 71% of employees want their employer to include financial wellness as part of the company's wellness program. Almost half of those surveyed cited their employers had wellness programs in place, but only 27% of those employers have included financial wellness.

"We see this demand increasing over the next ten years as employers play a larger role in the physical, mental and financial wellness of their employees," says Travis Freeman, President of FSFE. "Our personal finances haven't become simpler over the last decade; they've become more complex. Employees will seek out employers that offer these types of valuable benefits."

The survey also included information on Employee Assistance Programs, 401(k) plans, overall financial topics and workplace financial education. The full survey is available for public download at http://www.FSFE.com.

About Four Seasons Financial Education
Four Seasons Financial Education provides workplace financial wellness and education services to companies throughout the US in an effort to improve their bottom line. We take a strictly academic approach to financial education and focus on the core areas of personal finance, thereby seeking to increase employee productivity and organizational performance. Securities and advisory services offered through LPL Financial, a Registered Investment Adviser. Member FINRA/SIPC

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