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White Paper: The Power of the Wellness Effect

Published by: Prudential Retirement

Helping workers achieve financial wellness stands to benefit not only workers themselves, but their organizations as well. That's a virtuous cycle Prudential calls The Wellness Effect.

With an effective approach to financial wellness, employers can advance strategic goals like improving productivity, optimizing investments in employee benefits, and improving workforce and cost management.

Workers adopt behaviors that help them realize financial security: managing day-to-day finances, achieving important goals, and protecting against key risks.

The Power of The Wellness Effect examines the landscape that has created a need for financial wellness — and presents Prudential's unique perspectives and best practices for implementing financial wellness solutions.

As a leading employee benefits provider, Prudential has extensive experience and expertise in both retirement and group insurance benefits, and in applying data analytics to design benefit programs and drive constructive participant behaviors.

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