Creating and maintaining financial well-being touches every aspect of our lives; it affects our physical and behavioral health, our working relationships, our families, and our communities. Providing a culture of financial well-being is good for your credit union mission, and it's good for the growth and success of your business. It is a differentiator, a strategy for retaining top talent, and an effective way to build long-term loyal relationships with members.
When staff are less stressed, they are able to better help members and businesses overcome their financial stressors--and that's a win-win-win. But how do you achieve an environment of financial well-being? Join us for this session to learn important insights from Filene's 500-large archive of research with curated resources pulled out for you on:
- Creating workplace well-being
- The connection between financial stress and business performance
- Tested and effective programs to lessen financial stress for members and employees
- Supporting small and independent workers and businesses
Credit unions have a huge opportunity to support their staff, members and communities with responsible options to navigate financial emergencies. This defines "people helping people."