CYBER FINANCE CORPORATE
Through effective solutions that benefit both the employer and employee, Cyber Finance Corporate division has helped companies eliminate financial stress and increase productivity in the workforce.
Corporate Wellness is an investment in the physical and mental health of employees by creating a healthier, happier and more relaxed environment. Corporate wellness can improve the overall productivity, health and morale of staff, while reducing stress levels in the workplace.
Your employees financial situation has an profound impact in their performance. Our Corporate solution gives you and your employees access to a range of debt counselling and tailored solutions to help them break free from the stresses and strains of their debt.
Our National Credit Regulator (NCR) accredited debt counsellors will provide your over-indebted employees with alternative solutions for settling their personal debts e.g. debt review. By entering the debt counselling process we can assist them in implementing a debt repayment plan. Your employees will achieve financial freedom in the shortest possible period of time. Employees who feel in control of their financial situation, make for a healthy work environment and a lower staff turnover.
Often, companies require tailored solutions to cater to their specific needs. Through a range of solutions, including one-on-one meetings, setting up a small office on your premises, info brochures, formal onsite presentations, and a unique inbound number for effective communication, Cyber Finance Corporate provides a holistic approach that ensures your employees’ financial wellness. In addition, our centralised tele-operations will allow your employees the flexibility to contact us when its necessary without wasting precious time queuing in line at an physical office.
Identifing The Signs
When it comes to corporate wellness it is important to look out for the tell-tale signs of financial problems among your employees. Here are the most important ones to look out for.
Management can identify financial problems through these signs
– Employees resigning due to debt.
– Employees requesting salary advances.
– Employees requesting personal loans.
– Employees being absent due to lack of transport funds.
– Garnish order requests from creditors.
– Employees fearing eviction.
– Employees fearing repossession of their assets.
– Employees borrowing and lending money from each other.
– Employees looking unusually stressed.
Employee financial problems can affect your company in the following ways
– Increased Absenteeism.
– Reduced productivity from employees.
– Decrease in office morale.
– High staff turn over.
– Increased disputes between employees.
– Increased cases of substance abuse.
“We believe in the financial wellness of all South Africans and strive to provide excellent customer support and service.”
Hans Overbeek – Cyber Finance CEO
Schedule a meeting with one of our corporate advisers today.