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  • Employees want financial education | Employee Financial Well-BeingEmployee Financial Well-Being
    to be concerned with the financial wellness of their employees as it directly impacts the productivity and profitability of the company says Frank Wiginton CEO of EFED Eighty seven percent of employees surveyed said they wanted more personal finance education Financial education not just information proves to be an important and effective benefit for employees By including financial topics beyond pensions and retirement employees will be able to have greater understanding and context around their finances he says Read Original Article here Employees stressed about finances Why personal finances are professional business No comments yet Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Email Required Website Comment Follow Us Testimonials Very informative learned a lot Zachary TONS of info Aubrey The information from your workshop is very useful for me Good impression from my first workshop Michael Lots of informative material but a lot of numbers sometimes overwhelming But overall very good Benjamin Excellent Really helpful good info Chloe Excellent advice very useful Oliver Frank did an excellent job Lots of suggestions and very willing to answer questions Connor This is the BEST workshop I have attended I would recommend this one as the first one to attend

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  • Employees stressed about finances | Employee Financial Well-BeingEmployee Financial Well-Being
    found that 60 of employees experience stress about their current financial situation Employers need to be concerned with the financial wellness of their employees as it directly impacts the productivity and profitability of the company says Frank Wiginton CEO of EFED Eighty seven percent of employees surveyed said they wanted more personal finance education Financial education not just information proves more Press Release More than 60 of employees are dissatisfied with their personal financial situation leading to decreased productivity Employees want financial education No comments yet Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Email Required Website Comment Follow Us Testimonials This is the BEST workshop I have attended I would recommend this one as the first one to attend before the other workshops I really enjoyed it Thanks Frank you out did yourself Cohen A very useful informative and educative vehicle for personal financial planning and management Sophie Frank exuded great confidence and expressed and easy going attitude Abigail Good and useful information Thanks Kayden Very good presentation with lots of great information Frank was personable and knowledgeable Tristan Good information Evan Very informative Thank you Mia Excellent workshop very helpful to me Frank was excellent very

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  • [Press Release] - More than 60% of employees are dissatisfied with their personal financial situation – leading to decreased productivity | Employee Financial Well-BeingEmployee Financial Well-Being
    employers have an opportunity to provide a real meaningful benefit to their employees Financial education not just information proves to be an important and effective benefit for employees By including financial topics beyond pensions and retirement employees will be able to have greater understanding and context around their finances Issues such as setting and achieving goals building a net worth statement and income and debt management are key to helping employees reduce their financial stresses 45 of employees feel their level of financial stress today is high to overwhelming With a comprehensive employee financial education program employers can reduce the stress of employees increase their wellness and productivity and give them a better quality of life adds Wiginton When implementing a financial education program for employees employers need to ensure they Get senior level support Identify the proper delivery method Identify resources for programs and Build a plan to engage employees For more information on the Employee Financial Education Division and to download guides and white papers explaining what financial education in the workplace is why employers should provide it and how to go about implementing it visit www employeefinancialeducation ca About Employee Financial Education Division EFED The Employee Financial Education Division provides flexible customized personal finance courses for employees and executives in Canada EFED works with companies to help determine the most effective way to deliver an employee education program in a cost efficient manner CEO Frank Wiginton is the author of How to Eat an Elephant Achieving Financial Success One Bite at a Time holds six personal finance designations is a sought after speaker and coach and an advocate of financial literacy For media inquires Joel Kranc Director KRANC COMMUNICATIONS 647 380 1558 joel kranccomm com Press Release Personal Finance Book Launch Employees stressed about finances No comments

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  • [Press Release] Personal Finance Book Launch | Employee Financial Well-BeingEmployee Financial Well-Being
    to retire and why it may be less than you think How to track your spending and start saving more money now How you can protect your finances from life s ups and downs The 1 piece of financial advice everyone needs to know If it s time to take charge of your financial life look no further How to Eat an Elephant offers real solutions that will save you time money and headaches About the Author Frank Wiginton CFP RRC FMA CIM FCSI Fellow of the FPSC TM is a highly sought after personal finance speaker coach and educator who develops and delivers financial education programs for businesses of all sizes A financial planner for 14 years he also works with select clients to prepare comprehensive financial plans that enable them to enjoy a better quality of life Frank appears on BNN CityTV Global TV and CBC radio His advice is frequently quoted by the Globe and Mail National Post Toronto Star MacLean s Canadian Business and Money Sense A passionate father sailor and traveler Frank lives and works in the Toronto area with his wife and children About Wiley Founded in 1807 John Wiley Sons Inc has been a valued source of information and understanding for 200 years helping people around the world meet their needs and fulfill their aspirations Since 1901 Wiley and its acquired companies have published the works of more than 350 Nobel laureates in all categories Literature Economics Physiology or Medicine Physics Chemistry and Peace Our core businesses publish scientific technical medical and scholarly journals encyclopedias books and online products and services professional trade books subscription products training materials and online applications and websites and educational materials for undergraduate and graduate students and lifelong learners Wiley s global headquarters are located in Hoboken New

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  • Ripe for the picking | Employee Financial Well-BeingEmployee Financial Well-Being
    Small Business Advisor Time and again research shows a large majority of employees want financial education in the workplace In 2011 for example the Financial Education in the Workplace Survey found nearly nine in 10 employees would attend a financial education program if their employer offered one Read the Article Championing financial literacy in the workplace Press Release Personal Finance Book Launch No comments yet Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Email Required Website Comment Follow Us Testimonials Very good session Hannah Excellent presentation Addison A very useful informative and educative vehicle for personal financial planning and management Sophie Very good lots of questions were answered for me Claire Very informative Jayden Excellent seminar Brooklyn Down to earth and realistic Ella This is the BEST workshop I have attended I would recommend this one as the first one to attend before the other workshops I really enjoyed it Thanks Frank you out did yourself Cohen Very useful information very informative and helpful session Riley This was a very informative session I learned a lot and this is a lot to think about Brayden Latest Posts A better way to reform Old Age Security OAS Do you

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  • Championing financial literacy in the workplace | Employee Financial Well-BeingEmployee Financial Well-Being
    fwiginton in In the News Print Media The Insurance and Investment Journal It came as no surprise to anyone least of all Frank Wiginton that his career path veered considerably from the dispassionate challenge of debugging computer programs to what he s deemed to be a much more satisfying choice in financial education and planning After all Mr Wiginton s mother had more Financial Education In The Workplace Ripe for the picking No comments yet Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Email Required Website Comment Follow Us Testimonials I am very pleased with this workshop Very valuable and informative Ava Good presentation and content Thomas Excellent Quite informative thank you so much for this seminar Carter Excellent presentation Addison Frank was great at holding a captive audience with his knowledge and wit Kaitlyn Well explained covered a list of territory Amelia Frank exuded great confidence and expressed and easy going attitude Abigail Excellent content extremely well presented Fantastic Emma Very informative learned a lot Zachary Lots of useful information Looking forward to the one on one sessions Alexander Latest Posts A better way to reform Old Age Security OAS Do you know Jack about employee financial

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  • Financial Education In The Workplace | Employee Financial Well-BeingEmployee Financial Well-Being
    surveyed 608 working Canadians between the ages of 21 and 60 The Financial Education in the Workplace survey found among other things that one in four employees are seriously distressed financially Clearly half of them are more Financial literacy and your bottom line Championing financial literacy in the workplace No comments yet Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Email Required Website Comment Follow Us Testimonials This is the BEST workshop I have attended I would recommend this one as the first one to attend before the other workshops I really enjoyed it Thanks Frank you out did yourself Cohen Very informative and helpful Owen Good information Evan Thank you for providing budget excel sheet I am looking forward to the personal meeting James Thanks Frank Excellent workshop lots of great info Very helpful for general and specific info for me I really I appreciate you also making time to me to meet one on one This is very generous of you Olivia Great stuff Frank I think this is a must attend workshop for everyone not just those being laid off Sebastian TONS of info Aubrey Excellent presentation Potentially can be a little longer since the

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  • Financial literacy and your bottom line. | Employee Financial Well-BeingEmployee Financial Well-Being
    be a term on everyone s lips lately In 2009 the federal government formed the Task Force on Financial Literacy and last year Finance Minister Jim Flaherty declared November Financial Literacy Month Several factors support the argument that employers should also be helping to improve their employees financial education First research suggests that those who lack solid financial skills have higher levels of stress The Financial Education in the Workplace Survey conducted in December 2011 by A Better Quality of Life Financial Consulting found that more Financial Education In The Workplace No comments yet Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Email Required Website Comment Follow Us Testimonials Very engaging interesting good flow Charlotte It s a very good presentation and cleared most of my doubts Ryan Very informative Jayden Great stuff Frank I think this is a must attend workshop for everyone not just those being laid off Sebastian Very good presentation with lots of great information Frank was personable and knowledgeable Tristan Very helpful thank you William Excellent advice very useful Oliver Very useful information Thank you Sarah Well done Peyton Excellent Quite informative thank you so much for this seminar Carter Latest Posts A

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