There’s more to workplace wellness than physical health
Financial matters can be a key source of stress for employees impacting their physical and mental health.
Indeed, a recent report found that financially stressed employees lose on average 6.9 hours of productive work a week and are absent four days a year due to stress-related illness.
So it would stand to reason that offering staff a financial wellness program will result in improved talent outcomes, more engaged employees, and better productivity and business performance – a win-win for both the employer and employees.
Tony Hanly, Director, Your Financial Wellness will be providing a free workshop at the upcoming National HR Summit exploring:
- the relationship between financial stress and health outcomes and why a financial wellness program is the missing ingredient
- the cost to employers of financial stress in the workplace
- why now is the time to focus on financial wellness and include it as part of an overall health and wellbeing strategy
- how to implement a successful cost-effective financial wellness program into your organisation including the need for a personalised approach for each employee
Find out what it’s all about here and register.
The National HR Summit features free workshops and expo floor activities across the two days of the event – Wednesday 14 March and Thursday 15 March. Workshops are filling fast so HRD readers are encouraged to register online to secure one of the final seats.
The National HR Summit is being held at the iconic Luna Park in Sydney.