Please join us for our November lunch meeting!
Are your employees distracted on the job? One in three American workers blame their finances. Financial stress can result in a less engaged and productive workforce—and that’s bad for business. What’s more, employees with high financial stress are twice as likely to use sick time when they aren’t ill. Improving employees’ financial wellness can lead to heathier employees, reduce absenteeism and lower turnover rates while raising employee satisfaction and improving the employer brand. Employees often have questions, concerns, and needs when it comes to their financial wellness. The workplace is often the best place to secure that help, primarily because it is a trusted source and an efficient way to distribute both education and initiatives. That’s why employers are increasingly adding Financial Wellness programs to their employee benefits programs.
People are financially well when they adopt behaviors that result in managing their day-to-day finances, achieving important financial goals, and protecting themselves against key risks. And when people are financially well, the impact is felt everywhere. Many of you have seen articles or have heard the term "financial wellness". Although the term may mean different things to different people, improving an employee's financial wellness is accomplished by helping employee's gain more guidance to assist them in making the right decisions about their financial futures. As more and more employees are looking to their employers to provide these resources, this session will help you understand the various components you can consider when designing a financial wellness strategy. You will also see how these programs have helped employers achieve multiple objectives, including increased productivity, maximizing benefit programs, and higher employee satisfaction.
Brian Sauls has over six years of experience as a Financial Services Advisor with Prudential. His extensive knowledge and strong financial acumen enable him to develop beneficial, long-lasting relationships with clients and consultants. Before joining Prudential, Brian spent 10 years in law enforcement as a deputy sheriff and law enforcement investigator with the State of Florida and owned his own small business.
Brian holds his MBA in Finance and Accounting from Regis College. He grew up in Florida and has lived in SWFL for 16 years. Brian is passionate about helping people in their best and worst times.
This meeting is sponsored by:
Office Furniture Design Concepts
Quarter Four Community Cause:
Cost for Students: $15
Cost for Members: $21
Cost for Non-Members/Guests: $25
Walk-In/Pay at the Door: $25
Please RSVP by Monday, November 12, 2018.
No shows will be billed.