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Tuesday, 29 September 2020
08:00-08:50 PDT
11:00-11:50 EDT
16:00-16:50 BST
17:00-17:50 CEST
23:00-23:50 HKT
01:00-01:50 AEST +1
Breakout Series V
Program Management

Session Encore
with Live Speaker Q&A
Tuesday, 29 September 2020
17:00-17:50 PDT
20:00-20:50 EDT
01:00-01:50 BST +1
02:00-02:50 CEST +1
08:00-08:50 HKT +1
10:00-10:50 AEST +1

5.1 Fit for the Future: Financial Wellbeing Programs and Practices Survey Findings

Join this session to learn the key findings from the survey undertaken by WorldatWork and Computershare on actions that employers are taking to address the financial wellbeing needs and expectations of their workforce. Lean about key findings from the survey, including: What impact the implementation of an employee stock purchase plan has on participation in a company’s 401(k) plan; how “presenteeism,” or being on the job, but not working at full capacity due to financial stressors, impacts benefits, and costs to the employer, as well as employee retention; measures for implementing an exciting wellness program that engages employees; and the innovative things companies are doing to help with poor financial literacy. We will explore how companies are helping their employees maximize their employee benefits to prepare for their future and improve their overall financial health. Financial fitness affects your bottom line; walk away from this session with trends and best practices and learn how to make a business case for prioritizing impactful financial fitness benefits at your own company. (Not eligible for CEP Credit)
Nicole Contreras, Computershare (US)
Sean Davis, Computershare Canada (CA)
Paula Glen, California Water Service Company (US)
Dr. Adie Leung, FGE, Citi (HK)
Ken Puritz, Computershare (US)
CPE Credit: 1.0
Field of Study: Personnel/HR
Level: I, II, III