Developing an Effective Financial Wellness Program
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With about 1 in 4 in the workforce living paycheck to paycheck, 86% of employees reported feeling at least some level of financial stress last year.
By adding a financial component to your wellness program, you can help your employees tackle many of the stressors, including living beyond their means, overwhelming debt, and not being prepared for retirement.
Providing worksite financial education can empower your employees to reach their financial goals and raise their financial well-being, leading to a more satisfied and engaged workforce.
Why Financial Wellness Matters
Key Components of a Financial Wellness Program
- Financial Stress Impact on Employee
- Financial Stress Impact on Employer
- What Defines Financial Well Being
Best Practices in Marketing Your Financial Wellness Program
- Financial Wellness Assessment
- Group Money Management Workshops/Webcasts
- One-On-One Financial Coaching
About The Presenter
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Tania P. Brown, CFP
- Currently a financial coach at Financial Finesse
- As a CFP™ her focus is to help employees achieve financial wellness and help employers develop financial wellness programs
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous financial topics to include financial wellness
- Forbes contributing writer and weekly blogger on financial topics
- Member of SHRM and WELCOA
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