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Growing Employee Financial Wellness with Scalable Solutions

  • March 04, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Webinar


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Sometimes we all need a little help.

At some point in our lives, we all deal with little financial stress. But, when financial stress takes over, our time at work actually suffers, and it’s not just about financial security from wages...

Organizational leaders who provide a pathway for employees to resolve short-term financial emergencies with zero budget changes on their end get to add hero to their job title.

Save the day for your employees now, and create loyal employees long-term.

We know that facilitating financial education and small dollar loans in the workforce will help. But scalable, automated solutions may help more faster - especially larger employers with employees in multiple locations or in multiple states.

Join us on March 4 and learn how to:

● Reverse inefficiency caused by financially distracted employees
● Decrease employee health issues worsened by financial stress
● Increase employee retention
● Promote financial support and wellness programs for life events
● Implement a scalable solution at no cost or financial risk to employers.

Register for the webinar today to learn more about an added benefit that helps employees meet their financial needs.

Meet your hosts:

Doug Farry, EVP Employer Partner Development, TrueConnect

Doug Farry is a co-founder and VP of Partnerships at Employee Loan Solutions, the company behind the TrueConnect employee benefit program.  Doug has over 15 years experience in the IT and financial services industries. He has worked as a consultant for banks and credit unions across the US, including PNC Banks and with IT companies like Broadcom, SAP America, and Research in Motion.

David Rothstein, Principal, CFE Fund

David is a Principal at the CFE Fund, where he leads the national Bank On initiative. Previously, he served as Director of Resource Development and Public Affairs for Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Cleveland providing fund development and policy leadership. He also served as a research fellow for the New America Foundation in asset building and the Program Director for the Ohio CASH Coalition with Policy Matters Ohio.

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