How Adding This Unique Service to Your Benefits Plan Can Help Attract and Retain Talent – Mark Iddon, Trader Genius

 

In today’s tight and highly competitive job market, it’s more important than ever for your business to offer new recruits and existing employees unique benefits. On today’s show, we’re pleased to welcome Mark Iddon, Vice President of Marketing and Sales at Trader Genius, a stock trading software and coaching program.

After working in corporate America for the past 20 years, Mark transitioned from the aviation industry and moved into the tech sector. This decision was based on the strength of the software that Trader Genius has and the vision behind its purpose. Trader Genius is a community based around a proprietary software and an education system that focuses on stock trading and investing. They offer three different product types, all of which offer educational support and take the guesswork out of investing and simplify the stock trading process. Your business does not have to offer a 401K in order to use the products, nor does it have to worry about any SEC compliance issues either.

In today’s workforce, there is apathy towards saving and investing whit many myths surrounding financial security and literacy. Trader Genius allows businesses to not only offer a unique benefit to their employees but to teach them a necessary life skill. This competitive HR advantage really creates a distinction for businesses in their recruiting and retention efforts.

To find out more about Trader Genius and why it might be a good investment for your business, be sure to watch our entire interview above.


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