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Reduce their stress and they’ll give you more: Financial wellness for your employees

Health benefits are expected, but what about financial wellness? It’s free, and it pays off in a happier workforce. Chances are, at least half of your employees worry about financial difficulties,1 and that should worry you. It’s estimated that employers lose nearly $2,000 a year per worker in productivity due to financial stress. Our complimentary fIRST WORKlife® program offers resources to help with the practical and emotional aspects of finance issues, including individual evaluations, online tools, and more.

Empowering online education: Preparing workers for life’s surprises

Take the dread out of financial education. First Financial Bank’s Invest in YOU online education modules deliver customized workshops, so your employees can step easily through the ins and outs of their finances. The 5-10-minute courses cover subjects including banking 101, the home-buying process, talking to kids about money, and how to better prepare for financial security. We also offer customizable onsite sessions that cover the topics your employees care about the most.

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1 Source: https://retirement.johnhancock.com/us/en/financial-stress-survey

2 All deposit accounts are subject to the Terms and Conditions, Special Handling/Electronic Banking Disclosure of Charges, and possibly other disclosures.

3 Your final rate will be determined based on your loan amount, term, and credit score. APR = Annual Percentage Rate. All loans are subject to credit review and approval and rates are subject to change without notice.

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