Lunch 'N Learn - Employee Retention & Productivity
As an Employer what are some of your stresses?
Is it employee retention or do you feel that your employees can be more productive?
How do you get the most out of your employees while keeping morale and retention high?
It's difficult to understand that when a person is stressed they become distracted. According to the Society for Human Resource Management, "when employees are stressed financially, their health and productivity can suffer."
As verified by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP), employees aged 35 to 44 are most distracted by personal financial issues in the workplace. Surprisingly, out of this group, 37% of them earn $100,000 or more, proving financial stress is not just an issue for low-income earners. Focusing your attention can be a very difficult task when you're worried about paying taxes and reducing debt, while at the same time ensuring you are saving and investing enough for Retirement.
These studies show that financial stress does not only affect the impoverished but the affluent as well.
How can you as the Employer, provide Financial Guidance to your employees to relieve this financial stress, but at no cost to you?
At a Lunch 'N Learn, we will come to your office, provide lunch and do a 30-minute presentation. We will be talking about what Wholistic Financial Planning is and how you can benefit from a Custom Financial Plan. We will offer our services, where your employees can schedule
Our job as EWS Advisors is to get to know our Clients and find out what is important to them as well as their goals and retirement plans. We will structure a Custom Financial Plan that will not only ensure your retirement but allow you to live the lifestyle you have created.
With a Custom Financial Plan, your employees can live comfortably knowing that their financial future is secure. Decreasing financial stress means employees can now focus on work during work hours, increasing productivity, improving morale and increasing employee retention.