More employers are offering financial education in the workplace. And if your employer doesn’t, you just might want to ask, “Why not?”
Studies show that financial education removes doubt and stress and results in improved performance, says Steven Kaye, the CEO of AEPG Wealth Strategies. What’s more, Kaye and others say: others, not just workers, benefit from financial education in the workplace. “Everyone benefits from financial education and financial wellness programs — the employer, the employees, the employee’s family, and even customers.” Read more of TheStreet article here.