Employee Financial Well-Being Seminar

Building a Roadmap from Analytics to Action
NOVEMBER 28 - 29, 2017 | NEW YORK MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN | NEW YORK, NY

November 28 - 29, 2017

Challenges You May be Facing

Is your organization’s workforce productivity lagging? Is employee retention and its associated costs a regular area of concern? Is your company interested in exploring programs that will improve outcomes, but concerned about ROI?

Recent research has shown that a focus on employee health and financial well-being has a direct impact on improving overall workforce productivity, giving an organization a competitive edge over its peers and improving its ability to retain and attract talent.

About the Seminar

This two-day event will provide important insights for HR professionals looking to develop and implement financial well-being programs to address the growing problem of poor financial health of employees and its impact on the business.

Topics we will explore include:

  • Financial Well-Being and the American Worker: A day in the life of a financially stressed employee and, how financial well-being impacts employee engagement and productivity.
  • Building the Business Case: Important steps for securing budget to implement and grow your financial well-being program.
  • New Communication Trends: The crucial role of communication and how technology and tools are evolving to improve the employee experience.
  • Securing ROI: How leading organizations are measuring and monitoring the ROI of financial well-being offerings as part of their overall approach to total rewards.

The Benefits to You

By attending this conference, you will:

  • Find out how the evolution of analytics is changing employer approaches.
  • Learn what current research says about employee mindsets.
  • Examine a variety of approaches to employee financial well-being programs.
  • Discover the costs associated with waiting to implement a financial well-being program.
  • Walk away with the skills to help your organization build a roadmap from analysis to action.
  • Network and collaborate with your TCB peers.

Who Should Attend

This conference is designed exclusively for VPs, Directors, and Managers of:

  • HR
  • Benefits
  • Compensation
  • Wellness
  • Total Rewards
  • Retirement Plans
  • Financial Wellness
  • Internal Communications

Three Things to Do Now

1. DOWNLOAD THE AGENDA To learn more about sessions and speakers, download the latest agenda.

2. REGISTER

3. GET INVOLVED! If you would like to get involved in this year’s conference, please contact us.

LOCATION

New York Marriott Downtown 
85 West Street
New York, NY 10006
Tel: (212) 385-4900
Hotel cut-off date: 11/06/2017

Please Note: Registration fees do not include hotel accommodations.

 

LEAD SPONSOR
Willis Towers Watson - Empoloyee Financial Wellnes
SUPPORTING SPONSORS
Metlife - Employee Financial Well-Being 2017 - Sup
CommonBond - Employee Financial Well-Being 2017 -
November 28 - 29, 2017

Challenges You May be Facing

Is your organization’s workforce productivity lagging? Is employee retention and its associated costs a regular area of concern? Is your company interested in exploring programs that will improve outcomes, but concerned about ROI?

Recent research has shown that a focus on employee health and financial well-being has a direct impact on improving overall workforce productivity, giving an organization a competitive edge over its peers and improving its ability to retain and attract talent.

About the Seminar

This two-day event will provide important insights for HR professionals looking to develop and implement financial well-being programs to address the growing problem of poor financial health of employees and its impact on the business.

Topics we will explore include:

  • Financial Well-Being and the American Worker: A day in the life of a financially stressed employee and, how financial well-being impacts employee engagement and productivity.
  • Building the Business Case: Important steps for securing budget to implement and grow your financial well-being program.
  • New Communication Trends: The crucial role of communication and how technology and tools are evolving to improve the employee experience.
  • Securing ROI: How leading organizations are measuring and monitoring the ROI of financial well-being offerings as part of their overall approach to total rewards.

The Benefits to You

By attending this conference, you will:

  • Find out how the evolution of analytics is changing employer approaches.
  • Learn what current research says about employee mindsets.
  • Examine a variety of approaches to employee financial well-being programs.
  • Discover the costs associated with waiting to implement a financial well-being program.
  • Walk away with the skills to help your organization build a roadmap from analysis to action.
  • Network and collaborate with your TCB peers.

Who Should Attend

This conference is designed exclusively for VPs, Directors, and Managers of:

  • HR
  • Benefits
  • Compensation
  • Wellness
  • Total Rewards
  • Retirement Plans
  • Financial Wellness
  • Internal Communications

Three Things to Do Now

1. DOWNLOAD THE AGENDA To learn more about sessions and speakers, download the latest agenda.

2. REGISTER

3. GET INVOLVED! If you would like to get involved in this year’s conference, please contact us.

Vincent Antonelli, Senior Consultant, Willis Towers Watson

Shane Bartling, Senior Consultant, Willis Towers Watson

John Bremen, Managing Director, Human Capital & Benefits - North America, Willis Towers Watson

Megan Broderick, Senior Director of Health & Welfare Benefits, PepsiCo, Inc.

Aimee Dodson, Thrive Director, Movement Mortgage

Sue Fleming, (Recent) Global Benefits, Nike

Christopher Holodak, Total Rewards Manager, BASF

Barbara Kontje, Director Global Retirement & Smart Saving, American Express

Suzanne Krenz, Retirement Plans Manager, Eastman Chemical

Sharon Miller, Director, Benefits and Integrated Health, Corning Incorporated

Mariel Beasley, Senior Applied Researcher at the Center for Advanced Hindsight and Co-Director, CommonCents Lab, Duke University

Michelle Braden, Vice President, Global Learning Excellence, TELUS International

David DeGeorge, Vice President Life and Income Funding Solutions, MetLife

Ellen Frank-Miller, Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Center for Social Development and Adjunct Professor, Washington University, St. Louis

Andrew Gold, Vice President, Total Rewards and HR Technology, Pitney Bowes

Leigh Gross, Vice President, Business Development, CommonBond, Inc.

Kelley Halsun, Senior Director, Total Rewards Communication, PepsiCo, Inc.

Jason Herman, Director, Financial Benefits, BlackRock Inc.

Faith Johnson, Vice President, Human Resources, TEKsystems, Inc.

Donna Murdoch, Head of Learning Technology & Innovation, S&P Global

Lead Sponsor
Willis Towers Watson - Empoloyee Financial Wellnes
Supporting Sponsors
Metlife - Employee Financial Well-Being 2017 - Sup
CommonBond - Employee Financial Well-Being 2017 -