Louisiana Jump$tart Recognizes
Financial Education Efforts in the Workplace
Introducing the Workplace Financial Literacy Honor Roll
The purpose of our program is to:
Companies who provide workplace education stand to gain!
Companies providing financial education show improvement in workplace including increased productivity, employee morale, and company loyalty and decreased healthcare costs, absenteeism, turnover, workplace distractions, and operational risk across the company. Financial education programs have the effect of contributing to the company’s bottom line between $3 and $4 for every dollar spent.
In addition, by submitting your application for the Workplace Honor Roll recognition program, your company will receive:
Eligible applicants must be businesses or non-profit organizations (including state and local government entities) that have implemented program(s) and courses that will increase employees’ ability to make sound financial decisions, and that these programs have had proven success in improving employee financial understanding and well-being.
Applicants will be evaluated using the following criteria:
Deadline has been extended to March 15, 2012.
Louisiana Jump$tart partners will review and evaluate the applications. An initial review will determine the completeness/sufficiency of all submitted applications by organization size. A second, in-depth review will be used to evaluate the applications using the evaluation criteria stated above.
Announcement of Workplace Honor Roll Designees
The Honor Roll will be published annually each April during Financial Literacy Month.
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