81% Indian Employees Concerned

 

Only one out of every ten offices takes responsibility for their employees’ financial well-being, says CEO of FinMapp.

NEW DELHI, June 22 (The CONNECT) – A staggering 81% of Indian employees are concerned about their financial wellness, a study shows.

Despite this, only one out of every ten offices takes responsibility for their employees’ financial well-being, said Kumar Binit, the Founder and CEO of FinMapp.

FinMapp, India’s leading financial health guide, has successfully hosted its first “Financial Wellness Program for corporate employees” workshop for the consumer giant Dabur India Limited at Kaushambi.

“We believe that by providing individuals with essential financial knowledge and strategies, we can alleviate their concerns and pave the way for a financially secure future,” Binit said.

The first session of the “Financial Wellness Program for corporate employees” workshop aims at making India financially fit for the future at no cost. Recognizing the critical need for financial literacy and empowerment, FinMapp has committed to holding this series of workshops over a period of four times a year, with the goal of imparting critical knowledge and skills to corporate employees across all industries in the country.

The workshop sessions covered a wide range of topics, including budgeting, savings, investment strategies, debt management, and retirement planning. In addition to the interactive workshop sessions, participants will receive regular newsletters with valuable financial tips and insights. The initiative also includes regular virtual Q&A sessions via YouTube live sessions and so on, allowing corporate employees to seek expert advice and guidance from FinMapp’s experienced financial advisors.

With the success of the Dabur session, the company is now eager to continue its efforts to promote corporate financial wellness, aiming to assist other corporate organisations and employees as well.