19 April, 2018 | (01 hr)
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Employers crave the flexibility that non-standard work arrangements allow, but employees hesitate to accept them because unstable incomes and a lack of access to benefits make such positions less desirable.
Join this webcast, featuring a panel of our expert economists, along with special guest speaker, Ellen Frank-Miller, Ph.D., who will discuss the role employer financial education and credit provision programs can play in helping low wage workers with volatile income streams.
Insights from this webcast:
- How income volatility may make it more difficult for firms to attract nonstandard workers, especially in tight labor markets;
- The effect unstable work schedules and income streams have on employee well-being; and
- Best practices for improving job satisfaction through employer financial education and credit provision programs.
Who Should Attend: HR and finance executives who regularly hire non-standard workers and workers on flexible schedules, who wish to learn more about the role employer credit provision and financial education programs can play in improving employee retention and engagement.
Ellen Frank-Miller, Ph.D.
Ellen Frank-Miller, Ph.D. is a Senior Research Fellow & Adjunct Professor at Washington University in St. Louis. She earned her PhD in social welfare policy and MSW from the University of Chicago and her BA in economics from Emory University.
Gad Levanon, PhD
Gad Levanon is Vice President, Labor Markets for The Conference Board, where he oversees the labor market, US forecasting, and Help Wanted OnLine© programs. His research focuses on trends in US and global labor markets, the US economy, and forecasting using economic ind...Full Bio
Brian Schaitkin is a former Senior Economist in U.S. Economic Outlook & Labor Markets at The Conference Board. He is part of a team working to expand The Conference Board’s previous work on labor shortages. In addition, he will be leading efforts to expand coverage of regional economies...Full Bio