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Planning for Transformation in Workplace FinHealth
Prepare for what comes next with guidance from leading experts in employment and human resources as we discuss the critical relationship between business innovation and financial health.
Explore Sessions from EMERGE Workplace Day 2
Discover a Prudential perspective on new skill sets and economies shaping the value exchange between employers and employees, and implications for the future of workplace financial health.
Comcast takes a proactive approach to driving innovation through HR. In this session, learn how they’re using data, employee personas, and a “test-and-learn” culture to create a hub of innovation within the business.
Has your company considered how diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) commitments apply to employee financial health outcomes? Learn how HR and DEI leaders are furthering equitable outcomes by applying a DEI lens to their employee finhealth initiatives.
Even with limited scale and resources, small and mid-sized businesses can still empower the financial health of their employees. Join a conversation with nonprofit social enterprise and community development financial institution, Pacific Community Ventures, about tools and opportunities for workplace finhealth innovation.
Join some of the experts from our amazing Day 2 lineup for an interactive roundtable on workplace financial health. As audience members, you will drive the conversation. Our experts will respond to your follow-up questions on prior sessions or any other pressing workplace finhealth topics on your mind.
Employers are increasingly looking at equity compensation programs as a way to promote employee financial wellness. How can equity compensation strategy influence holistic employee financial health in a post-COVID world? Morgan Stanley at Work's Rodney Bolden and Andrew Lendnal discuss this important topic in an exclusive EMERGE Workplace video.
The Worker Financial Wellness Initiative – Making Workers’ Financial Security and Health a C-Suite Priority
JUST Capital and PayPal, in collaboration with the Financial Health Network and the Good Jobs Institute, have established a new initiative to make workers’ financial security and health a C-suite and investor priority. The organizations are calling on the CEOs of America’s largest companies to conduct a Worker Financial Wellness Assessment as a vital first...
By Karla Henriquez Senior Associate COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the lives and livelihoods of millions of Americans, resulting in higher unemployment than the Great Recession. Many of these workers have lost not only the financial security of a paycheck, but also the health benefits that often accompany a full-time job. Therefore, it...
By Karla Henriquez Senior Associate This is a continuation of our Good Jobs Matter series, exploring “good jobs” and financial health. See the first blog in the series here. Which job qualities are most important for improving a worker’s financial health? As it turns out, wages matter, but so do benefits. For all workers, employee...
By Karla Henriquez, Senior Associate and Beth Brockland, Senior Director Throughout our “Good Jobs Matter” blog series, we have explored the relationship between good jobs and financial health, particularly for low-income workers. But for employers committed to supporting worker financial health, investing in job quality is only part of the solution. In this final installment...
By Tanya Ladha Senior Director No one saw 2020 coming. People started the year like any other, with big plans and resolutions for improvements, not thinking too much about how they’d manage in a sudden crisis. Employers were no different. Most had already finalized their budgets and projections, and were ready to deploy resources and...