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Employee Financial Well-Being: How Personal Finances Impact Wellness and the Bottom Line

The Conference Board of Canada, November 24, 2014
Recorded Webinar
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More than 25 per cent of the workforce is financially distressed and more than two-thirds are not in control of their finances. This lack of financial literacy is causing a myriad of health problems, behavioural issues, and costing your organization through health care cost, absenteeism, turnover and damage to reputations.

This 60-minute evidence-based approach recorded webinar, features Frank Wiginton, Canada’s leading authority on employee financial well-being.

Webinar Highlights

Topics discussed in this session include:

  • Why most wellness programs are done the wrong way and are marginally successful
  • The principal cause of many wellness issues
  • What creates these issues and how to address them
  • The relationship between personal finances and personal wellness
  • Why what you are currently doing for financial education isn't helping
  • How to calculate how much financially distressed employees are costing your organization

About Frank

Frank Wiginton, CFP, RRC, FMA, CIM, FCSI, Fellow of the FPSC, is known as Canada's leader in employee financial well-being. He is the CEO of Employee Financial Well-Being and author of the book How to Eat an Elephant: Achieving Financial Success One Bite at a Time. For over 15 years, Frank has been changing people's lives through financial planning, education, and counseling.

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