Financial Stress in the Modern Workforce
Money is stressful. But, how stressed we get about money can depend on how well we manage our money. The same is true for your workforce. A 2010 Federal Reserve survey showed that employee financial stress costs employers an average of $5,000 per employee per year in lost productivity.
Attend this seminar (free to chapter members) to learn how to design practical programs and tools that will help your employees to better manage their money and their financial stress, leaving them more time to be productive at work and improving the organization's bottom line.
Breakfast/Registration - 8:00 am
Program Presentations - 8:30 am - 10:30 am
Mary Legg, CEBS, CFP, CRC, Financial Educator at Fiduciary Investments Advisors, LLC - Mary leads her firm's participant education initiatives and has over 25 years of experience in the private sector managing corporate employee benefit programs, including managing corporate defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans (qualified and non-qualified). She works with FIA's clients to design and deliver education programs to meet their retirement plan and financial welless goals. Prior to joining FIA, she was Director, Global Benefits for Waters Corporation, Stream Global Services, and Teknor Apex.
Jack Wang, Financial Coach, Longhorn Financial, LLC - Growing up in this area, Jack has always been a teacher and helper. Whether it's working with business owners as a commercial banker, or employees as a corporate trainer, his personal and professional focus has always been educating others to help achieve their goals. Along the same lines, he also serves on non-profit boards and volunteers as a youth sports coach. Combining his knowledge in Finance and his passion to teach led him to launch Longhorn Financial over 10 years ago in order to help regular working families throughout the area achieve piece of mind, reduce stress, and live life without finanial worry. Jack also gives talks about debt management, college financial aid, and retirement and estate planning.