Why Most Financial Wellness Programs Miss the Mark
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM EDT
Financial wellness programs are a growing in-demand benefit: more than 8 in 10 organizations offer at least one program. The driver is clear: money is a constant source of stress for nearly a third of American adults.
Unfortunately, many of these programs are one-size-fits-all, with no answers for some of employees’ most pressing expenses.
Whether you’re considering a financial wellness program or looking to maximize your current approach, the upcoming webinar, “Why Most Financial Wellness Programs Miss the Mark”, featuring Andrea Wicks Bowles, Senior Consultant, Director Global Initiatives at Bright Horizons, will share key considerations for supporting financial well-being at all stages of an employee’s life and career.
In this webinar you will learn:
- Chief causes of financial insecurity among today’s workforce
- Connections between financial well-being and employee performance
- Examples of effective financial wellness programs and strategies for putting them into place at your organization
 “Benefits and Beyond: How Employers Think about Financial Wellness.” Prudential Financial, 2018
 “30% of Americans are 'constantly' stressed out about money—but you don't have to be.” CNBC, March 2018
Senior Consultant, Director of Global Initiatives
As the Bright Horizons’ Senior Consultant, Director Global Initiatives Andrea Wicks Bowles provides international consulting helping organizations identify work/life benefits that sustain talent management efforts. Ms. Wicks Bowles works with clients to enhance the effectiveness of employee contributions through beneficial talent management strategies that strengthen their organizational position as an employer of choice. She has consulted in the UAE, Mexico, Singapore, UK, India, Panama and Canada across industries. Currently she is helping companies in India respond to the new Amendments to the Maternity Benefits Act. She has presented at the Conference Board, NBGH, World@Work, Working Mother, NHRD India. Andrea lives in Northern NJ with her family.