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LearnLux Announces Partnership with Rock the Vote to Empower Employee Voices

By HR Tech Outlook | Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Rebecca Liebman, CEO

By partnering with Rock the Vote, LearnLux has provided a way for users of their financial wellbeing program to register to vote in less than two minutes on a mobile-friendly platform that’s available in 13 languages.

FREMONT, CA: Leading workplace financial wellbeing program, LearnLux announced a partnership with Rock the Vote on a mission to empower thousands of employee voices to be heard in the upcoming election this November. According to the survey data released this January, nearly 75 percent of Americans believe whoever is elected to the White House will directly impact their finances. And, one in three is putting off a big financial decision until after Election Day. By teaming up with Rock the Vote, LearnLux will empower employees and employers alike to understand the importance of their vote on their overall financial wellbeing.

“The outcome of this election will impact every American’s financial future,” says Rebecca Liebman, CEO of LearnLux. “Money consists of a lot of moving parts – student loans, your wages, the unemployment rate, taxes, healthcare, retirement, and many other issues. It’s important for every one of us to register to vote, educate ourselves about what’s on the ballot, and let our voices be heard.”

By partnering with Rock the Vote, LearnLux has provided a way for users of their financial wellbeing program to register to vote in less than two minutes on a mobile-friendly platform that’s available in 13 languages. This initiative aligns with the many modern workplaces that offer financial wellbeing benefits and resources like paid time off to vote, rides to the polls, and other pro-democracy and pro-voter services that build their employer brand. LearnLux was listed as one of the Top Financial Wellness Solution Providers for 2020 by HR Tech Outlook magazine.

LearnLux empowers every employee with easy access to a trusted financial professional available on-demand to answer your employees’ questions, no matter how big or small. “In many situations, we find that people struggle to articulate a question, can’t always describe what kinds of challenges are on their mind or quite simply, just don’t even know where to begin asking questions,” says Rebecca. Beyond registering to vote, employees can use LearnLux to prepare for their financial future by taking advantage of digital education, interactive tools, and access to Certified Financial Planner professionals for guidance. No matter what happens in November, helping the American workforce feel financially resilient is essential.

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