Participant Engagement


Are your employees ok?

Sixty-three percent of employees say that financial wellness is a rising cause of stress, causing distractions while at work, affecting productivity and even affecting employee health. 1

86% of employees want to take advantage of employer offered financial education programs. 2

Employees want help beyond sitting through a meeting with a vendor and being sold something they may know they need but can’t see a way to afford. As well-meaning as it may be, are you just adding to their stress without meeting them where they are?

At Vynntana™, you’ll receive a holistic financial benefits program that ramps up support for employees’ well-being and morale, addressing issues of diversity and inclusion so that every employee has an opportunity to receive an individualized, customized plan for success.

Watch this video  for a quick demonstration of how we can help you create a culture that puts your commitment to your employee’s overall well-being into action, attracts top talent and helps improve quality of life for everyone on your payroll.

1 PwC’s 10th annual Employee Financial Wellness Survey, PwC US, 2021

2 2017 Bank of America Employee Workplace Benefits Report, Bank of America, December 2017. Boston Research Technologies conducted an online survey with a national sample of 1,242 employees who responded between Sept. 22 and Oct. 7, 2016, on behalf of Bank of America. To qualify for the survey, employees had to be current participants in a 401(k) plan; the plan did not have to be provided by Bank of America. Bank of America was not identified as the sponsor of the study. The participation in this survey was paid for by Merrill.