Stock illustration: Financial balancing act

There’s a strong connection between the financial-wellness benefits your company offers and its diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives—but it’s one that organizations frequently miss.

As your company puts a greater emphasis on DEI, be sure you do not overlook the importance of financial wellness, given the many systemic and cultural disadvantages that some employees face when participating in our economic system. That’s where employee benefits are most impactful and can help make up meaningful ground in the financial gap facing workers—specifically, adopting programs that help employees build financial resilience by ensuring equitable access to financial products.

Financial stress is more common in the vulnerable employee groups that are likely the target of your DEI efforts:


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