Medical expenses, credit card debt, the cost of education, and saving for retirement top the list of financial challenges for American workers today. A SHRM study on financial wellness in the workplace revealed that seven out of 10 HR professionals indicated that personal financial challenges have a meaningful impact on overall employee performance. This stress can lead to employee absenteeism, lost productivity, and health issues.
Despite their popularity, many plan sponsors express concerns about a number of obstacles to offering a wellness program such as lack of time, resources, and budget.
On Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 4:00 pm (ET), please join CAPTRUST’s Defined Contribution Practice Leader Scott Matheson as he moderates a 60-minute discussion on employee financial wellness with CAPTRUST senior investment experts, Phyllis Klein and John Leissner.
We'll cover the basics, including:
- What exactly is financial wellness?
- What are the pillars of an effective financial wellness program?
- How can employee financial wellness be measured?
And we’ll share case studies and first-hand examples of successful employee financial wellness programs.
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