Regional Event in North Texas

North Texas: When a Job is Not Enough

Signs of financial stress among US workers are all around us. Nearly half of employees lack emergency savings, and find it difficult to cover their expenses and pay their bills. More than 50% of employees say they are somewhat or very stressed about their finances. One third of employees say they are less productive at work because of their financial stress.

Join us on Wednesday, December 4 to hear the findings from a new report, When A Job Is Not Enough: Employee Financial Wellness and the Role of Philanthropy. Learn about the role North Texas employers, philanthropy, and the nonprofit sector can play in promoting financial well-being for economically vulnerable workers and their families through the offering of Employee Financial Wellness Programs (EFWPs).

Learn and discuss with your colleagues

  • The most promising features and challenges of Employee Financial Wellness Programs (EFWPs);
  • What we need to know about the opportunity of EFWPs to address financial security for employees;
  • How philanthropy, business, and the nonprofit sector can collaborate to promote EFWPs.

Featured speaker:

Geraldine Germain, Workforce Financial Stability Initiative, Social Policy Institute, Washington University in St. Louis