Register for Our Upcoming Seminar on Employee Well-Being
June 6, 2022

Employee Well-Being: What does it mean for your company?

Join us for a complimentary webinar on June 22, 2022 from 9:00-10:00 AM CDT.

Register here.

About the Program

The pandemic followed by the great resignation has created numerous challenges. One major challenge many employers are facing today is attracting and retaining their employees. Employers have struggled with navigating the employment market for some time but what happened over the past 14 months is unprecedented.

Employees have left their jobs in record numbers, and employers are learning that employee and candidate expectations have changed. Today, they expect more than a paycheck, and they are searching for a workplace that provides a certain lifestyle and culture. Understanding these expectations and knowing how well-being fits in your company is one key piece of the retention and attraction puzzle. But what’s an employer to do?

This complimentary, one-hour session will break down what employees and candidates are telling us and provide some ideas to help you craft an employee well-being program that works for your company.

Key topics include:
• The state of employees
• The many sides of employee well-being
• Why focusing on employee well-being matters
• Strategies to bring well-being into your culture

June is National Employee Wellness Month so there is no better time than now to explore ways you can build relevant well-being initiatives into your workplace. Register today!

About the Speaker

Sue Winkler, Director of Client HR Services for Miller Cooper and Alliance Pension will share information to help you navigate this complex topic as you consider ways to enhance and communicate your well-being initiatives.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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