Content by WellCents - ABG Retirement Plan Investment Services

  • How a Financial Wellness Program Can Improve Company Culture

    Stress reduction leads to a healthier and happier work environment on both an individual and company wide basis. Offering the right financial wellness program is an important part in keeping employees happy, healthy, and working hard.
  • The Link Between Employee Productivity, Health, and Financial Stress

    Studies show that company financial wellness programs lead to measurable changes in employee financial and overall wellbeing. It is important as an employer to provide for those in the company by addressing the largest stressor of American Employees.
  • Four Ways to Help Reduce Financial Stress for Your Employees

    60% of employees say finances are their primary stressor. Financial stress leads to lowered productivity and higher distraction time at work. Employees want help working through these stressors and appreciate their employer's help!
  • 5 Steps to Create a Financial Wellness Program

    78% of American workers are living paycheck to paycheck, which affects a company's bottom line when employees are late to work, absent, sick or distracted on work time. Learn how to create an efficient solution for both your company and your employees.
  • How Employee Stress Impacts Employers

    Employees cannot do their best work if they are constantly worrying about external stressors such as personal and family finances. Employers can increase productivity, organizational success, and increase revenue by providing the right financial wellness benefits.
  • ABG WellCents Overview

    WellCents has proven to increase employee financial wellbeing by inspiring financial confidence through guidance in a comprehensive, holistic program. We provide insight into your workforce's financial wellness progress through employer reporting and analysis.
  • Employee Benefit News

    How employee financial stress increases healthcare costs.
  • Disability Insurance 101

    Think about it. What would happen if suddenly, due to an illness or injury, you were unable to work? Without your paycheck, how long would you be able to make your mortgage or rent payment, buy groceries or pay your credit card bills without feeling the pinch? If you’re like most, it wouldn’t...