|Day & Time:||Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015 09:30 AM - 10:20 AM|
Employers and employees worry about the same thing: money. While employers worry about delivering financial results, research shows employees spend a significant amount of their day worrying about their personal finances. As a result, one of the most complicated challenges HR executives encounter is managing the effects and costs of employee stress (and subsequent health-related problems) to an organization’s performance.
Companies are offering voluntary benefits to add value to their benefits offering, meeting the diverse needs of their employees at no cost. One way employers and HR executives can help employees manage personal financial stress and drive retention and loyalty is by providing employee financial education programs. By providing financial education to employees, employers can help promote employee wellness, drive better job performance and reduce stress.
Session attendees will come away with new ideas to enhance existing wellness programs, opportunities to maximize the value of existing benefit offerings, ideas to help meet the diverse financial needs of employees and tools and knowledge on how to best implement an effective financial education program for employees.
Jeff will be joined by an HR professional who will discuss their company’s implementation of a financial wellness program.
In this session we will address: