For the first time, today’s workforce includes several generations that are working side-by-side. While employees’ needs are more diverse than ever before, they have one thing in common: financial stress.
As HR leaders evaluate their organization’s employee wellness programs, it’s a good idea to look closely at the generational differences of a workforce and implement programs that provide unique and individualized support. MetLife helps attendees better understand the unique financial differences of every generation in today’s workforce and the needs and challenges of each. By discussing the pillars of effective employee financial education, this session helps attendees evaluate their current wellness offerings and provides guidance on where to focus or enhance their own program.
- Phil Bruen, Vice President, Life & Disability Products, MetLife
- Jeffrey Tulloch, PlanSmart® and Business Advantage MetLife Premier Client Group
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