Join LiveWell At Work for their Financial Wellness Forum on January 23, 2020!
REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/financial-wellness-why-what-how-to-improve-employee-well-being-tickets-85984033559
Participants will learn why financial wellness can have an affect on employee health and productivity, the benefits of offering a financial wellness program, what different types of financial wellness benefit offerings are available, and how to implement these at your workplace.
A 2017 study of 1,600 workers found that nearly half of employees who are worried about their financial health miss work and are less productive when they are at work. Join us to learn ways employers can help empower individuals with healthy financial habits. The forum will include value based solutions for educating employees on budgeting, money management, savings, and investments. Employers who prioritize financial wellness as part of their wellness offerings, create a more holistic program.
This will be an interactive event with group discussion, a delicious healthy lunch catered by Zoe’s Kitchen and networking with local workplace wellness professionals. Come prepared to engage with others working on similar goals and gain insight on opportunities to improve.
Thank you to our Advocate: Michelin North America
Thank you to our Sponsors: BMW, Eastern Industrial Supply, Marsh & Mclennan Agency
Thank you to our Presenter: Wells Fargo Bank
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