Employee Financial Well-Being: How Personal Finances Impact Wellness and the Bottom Line

March 21, 2019 7:30 AM to 9:30 AMNorwood Hotel, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Area of Interest: Pensions, Benefits Format: In Person

Financial wellness is the fastest growing benefit in North America, but not all programs are created equal. After more than a decade of being in the trenches, delivering financial education to employees Frank has a first-hand account of what works and what doesn’t. He will share how financial wellness can increase the effectiveness and success of all your wellness programs. He’ll provide you with tips on how to get your employees off the financial treadmill and on a path to reduced stress and anxiety, moving them towards greater productivity and overall organizational health.

Frank WigintonCFP, RRC, CIM, FMA, FCSI, Fellow of FPSC™

Frank leads Eckler’s financial wellness initiatives.  For over 20 years, Frank has been helping individuals gain greater confidence and control of their financial lives. Through his past experience as a banker, stock broker, and fee for service financial planner, he has seen first hand how Canadians struggle to balance their spending, investments, and planning for their financial future. 

Wanting to reach and help more Canadians, Frank started his own financial education company, Employee Financial Well-Being. Its focus; to reduce the financial stress and educate employees about their personal finances. He also authored the book “How to Eat an Elephant: Achieving financial success one bite at a time. A step-by-step guide to financial planning for Canadians.

Since 2009 Frank has been working with companies and organizations to bring unbiased education to their members. Frank has helped employees with: severance education, pension comprehension, the basics of personal finance, and complex compensation and transition education. His clients include universities, federal, provincial and municipal agencies, as well as corporations.

In 2018, Eckler acquired Employee Financial Well-Being. As two organizations that share the same philosophy of not managing money or selling any financial products, Frank continues to follow his passion of helping Canadians achieve a better quality of life through greater financial confidence.

Fees and Registration
Membership TypesRegular Price
Regular membership$42.86 CDN
Plan Sponsor Individual Membership$42.86 CDN
Associate$42.86 CDN
Student$42.86 CDN
Non Member$125.00 CDN
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