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  •   Try the 52 Week ERN® Savings Plan Challenge!

    Thursday, December 31, 2020

    ERN USA; Ohio ERN

    USA ERN Success Coaches are offering the “52 Week ERN® Savings Plan Challenge” in 2020 with a savings potential of $1,378.00. Ask your Success Coach for a printed sheet or download here.

    Not sure where to get started? Many people find it difficult to set aside even a little savings each week. Saving might seem impossible if you have debt. Your Success Coach can look at your expenses, suggest areas where you could save money, and connect you with resources. Natalie Longmeier, Success Coach (Marion Area ERN), enjoys working with employees to set up a budget that allows emergency fund saving. “We all experience unplanned expenses like car repair, home maintenance, or medical bills. The key is having money set aside for when those things happen.”

    Succeed at your challenge and let your Success Coach know. If you had some difficulty - what will you do different next time? We can all learn from these lessons too. We will highlight these stories at year’s end. Tell co-workers about onsite success coaching. Sharing your story could change someone’s life. And, the more successful each employee, the more successful the company. In turn, employees have greater job security and promotion opportunities. It’s a win-win for all!

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  •   Ohio Success Coaches Assist Employees with 1,065 Needs in 2018

    Friday, July 19, 2019

    Ohio ERN; USA ERN

    Discover how employers are experiencing an average ROI of 612% with nearly 11% of their employees using an onsite Success Coach to increase retention in the Ohio ERN Annual Report.

  •   Recipe for Success: Workplace 'coach' is on the job

    Wednesday, February 8, 2017

    The Marion Star

    A Success Coach available through Marion Matters Inc. is helping local companies reduce business turnover by helping employees prosper in the workplace....

  •   Grant will benefit employers, employees

    Sunday, July 3, 2016

    The Marion Star

    MARION - A grant in the amount of $170,882 will fund a project to benefit both employers and employees in Marion County.