Inaugural Financial Wellness in the Workplace Employer Forum
Invitation Only with Registration to Congress*
The Corporate Health & Wellness Association is excited to bring this year’s congress delegates a one of a kind, interactive employer forum to discuss the growing trend of financial wellness in the workplace.
According to a 2015 study conducted by the American Psychological Association, three-quarters of Americans experience financial stress some of the time, and a quarter of them experience “extreme” financial stress, making it the number one source of stress in the nation. This stress can impact all areas of an employee’s life, from their relationships, to their health and even their jobs, with studies showing a link between financial stress and absenteeism.
To combat this issue, and to help their employees deal with their financial woes, employers are beginning to see the value of financial wellness programs to help their employees better manage their finances.
Join the Corporate Health & Wellness Association’s for the Financial Wellness in the Workplace Employer Forum to share best practices and address the challenges employers are facing in this growing wellness sector.
This interactive forum will allow employers to share and address key questions such as:
What does financial wellness mean to you?
Why should an employer help an employee with financial matters?
How the program is structured/what is the offering?
How does your diverse workforce (age, gender, level, etc.) impact the program offering?
How are you measuring the success of your programs?
Were there specific barriers that you faced?
What do you think are the key elements for a financial wellness program?
*If you are a Wellness Manager, Chief Medical Director, Global Wellness Manager or Benefits Director interested in attending please email Sarah Hunt at Sarah@WellnessAssociation.com.