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Registered attendees, access GEOvirtual2020 here!

Tuesday, 22 September 2020
10:10-11:00 PDT
13:10-14:00 EDT
18:10-19:00 BST
19:10-20:00 CEST
01:10-02:00 HKT +1
03:10-04:00 AEST +1
Breakout Series II
Communications
Also suitable for Private Companies

Session Encore
with Live Speaker Q&A
Tuesday, 22 September 2020
18:10-19:00 PDT
21:10-22:00 EDT
02:10-03:00 BST +1
03:10-04:00 CEST +1
09:10-10:00 HKT +1
11:10-12:00 AEST +1

2.1 Trends in Financial Wellness

The latest research on employee financial health finds widespread evidence of financial fragility. 58% of employees surveyed cite finances as their greatest source of stress—more so than work, health, and family. Furthermore, financial stress impacts employees at all income levels, including more than half of those earning over $100,000 a year. Employers have an opportunity to reduce employee stress, improve retention and engagement, and set themselves apart in the marketplace by offering holistic financial wellness benefits. This panel of experts will highlight the latest research on employee financial health and share their experiences in helping employees benefit from financial wellness, so you can walk away with greater insight on how to help your employees achieve financial wellness. (Not eligible for CEP Credit)
 
Krystal Barker Buissereth, Morgan Stanley at Work (US)
Dr. William Castellano, Rutgers University (US)
Kathy Eismont, McGraw-Hill Education (US)
Wendy Jennings, FGE, Cisco Systems (US)
Denise Ledbetter, MINDBODY (US)
 
CPE Credit: 1.0
Field of Study: Personnel/HR
Level: I, II, III