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May 10, 2022 23 min

When it comes to financial wellness for employees, it’s about more than just a salary or a paycheck. Financial wellness programs are about connecting your employees to all the resources they need. In this episode of PULSE, a Paychex HR podcast, host Rob Parsons is talking with Sabina Bahtia, Chief Customer Officer at PayActiv. Hear what she has to say about the gig workforce, wellness benefits such as on-demand pay, and the need to connect to each of your employees to help their financial well-being and ensure they aren’t just living but thriving financially.

Topics include:

01:00 – Holistic financial wellness 01:58 – The frontline workforce 03:52 – The state of financial wellness for essential workers 06:22 – The reality of financial stress 10:42 – Employers – more than a transactional relationship 11:53 – On-demand pay 13:37 – The importance of connecting to your workforce 18:22 – Gone are the days of seasonal employees 21:25 – Taking care of your employees

Learn more about the benefits of having a financial wellness program at

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