Employees Happier with Employer Benefits with Wellness Programs, New Research from Four Seasons Financial Education

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New research survey reveals employees rate satisfaction of company benefits higher when wellness programs exist

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This is one of the many benefits of having a wellness program that includes financial wellness

The 2015 Employee Financial Wellness Survey recently released by Four Seasons Financial Education (FSFE) revealed that employees are more satisfied with their employer's benefits package when wellness programs are in place. In the survey, which included over 500 employees around the US, respondents were asked to rate their overall satisfaction with their employer’s benefits package.

Those employees with no wellness program averaged a rating of 6.03 on a 10 point scale (10 highest). Those employees with wellness programs that excluded financial wellness averaged 28.6% higher at 7.75. Those employees that had wellness programs available, which included financial wellness, averaged 34.5% higher than those without any wellness program available at 8.11.

The benefits satisfaction question was new for the 2015 survey, said Travis Freeman, president of FSFE. "It's no surprise that when employees are focused on wellness and are shown how to best coordinate and utilize their benefits, they are more satisfied with them," said Freeman. "This is one of the many benefits of having a wellness program that includes financial wellness."

The full 2015 Financial Wellness Survey is available for download for free at http://www.FSFE.com and does not require a name or email address.

About Four Seasons Financial Education Four Seasons Financial Education provides workplace financial wellness services to companies throughout the US to help them improve their bottom line. Since 1986, we have helped corporate America increase workplace productivity by focusing on the most important asset of the company - the employees. Services provided through RFG Advisory Group, an SEC Registered Investment Adviser.

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