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Dr. Alex Denni Shares 5 Ways Gen Alpha Will Change the Future of Work

You may be familiar with the different generations currently making up our workforces, such as Gen X, Y, and Z, but did you know about a new kind of generation who will shape the future of work in exciting ways? They are very nimble with technology and the oldest among them is about 12 years old now. Say hello to Gen Alpha, defined as those born between 2010 and 2024 and estimated by research agency McCrindle to make up 11% of the global workforce by 2030.

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wagely Named Among the 2022 Inclusive Fintech 50 Global Winners

wagely, Asia's leading financial wellness platform, was named among the global winners of the 2022 Inclusive Fintech 50 (IF50) for its work towards supporting the financial inclusion of low-to-middle-income workers in Indonesia and Bangladesh with its earned wage access solution. 

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Five Ways for Employers To Alleviate Employee Financial Stress

Money worries are one of the leading sources of stress for many Indonesian workers. Along with the economic uncertainty, the rising prices for daily necessities are taking a toll on people's financial stress with a grave impact on their mental health. In fact, over a third (37%) of Indonesian employees are experiencing everyday stress, and one in three say they are financially worse off than before, according to the Mercer Marsh Benefits’ report of 2021. 

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Why Providing Financial Literacy for Employees is Good for Your Business

Some of you might have heard about financial literacy when discussing financial planning, but do you really know what it is? According to Investopedia, financial literacy is the knowledge or ability to understand and effectively use various financial skills, including financial planning, budgeting, saving, and investing.

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CekAja and wagely Partner to Expand EWA Solution Among Manufacturing Workers

wagely, Asia's leading financial wellness platform, and CekAja, Southeast Asia's fastest growing financial marketplace, today announced a new strategic partnership to accelerate worker financial wellness in Indonesia. For the first phase, the partnership aims to support workers in the manufacturing sector, one of Indonesia's largest employment sectors with around 18.7 million workers. The collaboration creates a significant value-add to CekAja's service portfolio by expanding into Earned Wage Access (EWA), offering their existing corporate partners an invaluable tool to reduce worker financial stress to benefit from higher retention, productivity, and satisfaction.


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