Fidelity is proud to share and support the vision of equity and inclusion for women in business that’s represented so well by NAWBO.
For more than 75 years, we’ve helped millions of people save and invest to build a better life. As part of our mission, we’re focusing more of our resources and thought leadership to help women on the path to that goal. We created a dedicated team focused on new and inclusive experiences and solutions to help women advance financially. Our thought leadership and women’s programming, Women Talk Money, educate women on the unique financial realities they face and help them navigate pressing work, life, and money-related decisions.
We’re also focused on providing women with more opportunities for inclusion and leadership representation in their investments, launching Fidelity® Women’s Leadership Fund in 2019, an investment product that prioritizes and advances women’s leadership and development.
Recognizing the importance of networking to women in the workplace, we formed programs like the Women’s Networking Group (WNG) in 2005, the Women in Technology Special Interest Group (WITSIG) In 2014, Boundless (a career discovery initiative for high-school and college-aged female-identifying students to explore opportunities in financial services) in 2015, and the Branch Women in Financial Services program in 2016.
We recently introduced the Fidelity Advantage 401(k)℠ specifically for small businesses, and are excited to offer this solution to women-owned businesses like yours.
Offering a 401(k) can help support the overall financial wellness of your people and increase employee satisfaction, making it easier to attract and retain talent. But, until recently, it was a challenge for small businesses to offer one. We changed that with the Fidelity Advantage 401(k), the affordable 401(k) plan built for small businesses. Its simplified fund lineup and reduced administrative tasks make it easy for small business owners to help their employees—and themselves—save for retirement.
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