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Supporting Employees' Financial Wellness: It's More than a Paycheck

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Name: Supporting Employees' Financial Wellness: It's More than a Paycheck
Date: May 30, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM CDT
Event Description:
Join this 2-hour, focused luncheon. You will:

--Get the facts: Mercer researched what happens to a business when employees struggle with financial wellness
--Discover solutions: Discuss other Madison businesses' programs to improve productivity and retention
--Build your own: Create your action plan in the workshop, prioritizing your company's next three steps towards better engagement and retention

Who Should Attend
--C-suite executives of Madison-based businesses
--HR executives and managers of Madison-based businesses

What To Expect
--Keynote presentation on the Four Pillars of Employee Wellbeing by Cheryl Mealey, Principal at Mercer
--Learn where to find resources that can inspire and guide you as you work on these topics at your business
--Breakout workshop to learn how other Madison businesses are working to improve engagement and retention
--Customize your top-three priorities for improving engagement and retention through financial wellness practices at your business
--Provide and receive shared updates over the next 3-6 months on what is working and what's not as you and other businesses pursue your top priorities from the luncheon
--Doors open at 11:45am
--Lunch provided
Location:
StartingBlock Madison
821 East Washington Avenue
2nd floor
Madison, WI 53703
Date/Time Information:
Thu, May 30, 2019
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM CDT
Contact Information:
SafetyNet, LLC
Fees/Admission:
$27
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