The New
Productivity EngineDavid Kilby

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The Author

/David Kilby

David Kilby has been president of FinFit since it was founded in 2008. He has grown the company from a single idea into the nation’s leading Financial Wellness Benefit platform. Prior to FinFit, David led a multimillion dollar financial holding company where he was inspired to find ways to help employees improve their financial health. At KPMG Peat Marwick, he worked with a diverse group of public and private organizations in a variety of industries including automotive, chemical manufacturing, consumer finance, managed health care, retail, real estate and wholesale organizations.

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This book is full of practical ideas that you can implement. Let’s face it, no one else has fixed the financial wellness problem. Now it’s up to employers. David shows us the ways that they can deliver for their employees while paying for financial wellness programs through increased workplace productivity.

John Hoffmire, Chairman, Personal Finance Employee Education Fund

The Book

/The New Productivity Engine

The Compelling Impact of Financial Wellness in the Workplace

  • Are you interested in workplace-based financial wellness?
  • Do you prefer books that mix a statistical approach with stories about real life individuals?
  • Are you either based at an employer or are you a practitioner who serves employees?

This book is right up your alley. The New Productivity Engine will help you understand how to address financial problems employees are experiencing. Check it out on Amazon.

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The New Productivity Engine:

The Compelling Impact of Financial Wellness in the Workplace

174PAGES
QuinnRaePUBLISHER

EnglishLANGUAGE

$9.95USD

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The Digital Age Empowers Financial Wellness

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How does financial wellness increase productivity?

Employee financial wellness platforms are complex, but the formula for success is simple. It has a lot to do with emotion, practical solutions, and human nature. Start with human nature:…

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The best way to solve a problem? Replace it with a solution.

That sounds quite simple when you say it quickly, but there are plenty of instances where the solutions to problems result in unintended consequences. The Beijing Problem Take this example.…

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Financial Wellness is Growing Across America

The concept of financial wellness as a highly desirable employee benefit is spreading rapidly across the U.S. This is confirmed by Prudential’s 10th annual Benefits and Beyond: Employer Perspectives on…

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The Financial Future of Generation Z: Stability or Ruin?

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One in two employees would like to see a greater focus on well-being from their employer. Is your company committed to health and financial wellness?

Forbes.com

All generations of employees see financial wellness as “freedom from financial stress and debt, enjoying life, and being prepared for emergencies.”

PricewaterhouseCoopers’ 2017 Employee Wellness Survey

More than 40% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck, and don’t have $400 cash to pay for an emergency.

Forbes.com

57% of employers agree that financial wellness programs have a positive effect on employee productivity.

Investopedia, 2018

67% of employees would like consultation on financial education.

14th Annual MetLife U.S. Employee Benefits Trends Study

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