CEO and Founder Jason Kulpa of Underground Elephant Launches Future Fund

Underground Elephant Promotes Financial Wellness for its Employees

“With 80% percent of Underground Elephant employees having a bachelor’s degree or higher, we felt student loan repayment, among other things, was an exceedingly pertinent issue among our employees,” says CEO and Founder Jason Kulpa.

Underground Elephant, a digital marketing company located in downtown San Diego, has launched a financial wellness program to enhance its employee benefits offering. The program named the ‘Future Fund’ aims to cultivate financial wellness among employees through new benefits options.

According to the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, employers across the U.S. have reported financial stress as a key effect on personal happiness and employee performance. The Underground Elephant Future Fund will offer both financial assistance and education, providing employees with the opportunity to accelerate student loan repayment, contribute to college savings or invest in stock options. Annually, the company will provide a $1,500 contribution to the fund selected by each eligible employee.

“With 80 percent of Underground Elephant employees having a bachelor’s degree or higher, we know student loan repayment, among other things, is an important issue for our team,” said CEO and Founder Jason Kulpa. “As a young tech company we have the ability to be nimble and responsive to their needs. We are excited about helping our team feel confident and informed about their financial future.”

To provide the best resources for its employees, Underground Elephant has partnered with two organizations known for their ground-breaking approach to financial wellness. Employees who select student loan repayment as their…

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