36: The essential elements of an effective wellbeing program

The essential elements of an effective wellbeing program

My guest today says, “What employer doesn’t want to see their employees be more productive, more present and ultimately more loyal?”

Joining me today is Kathryn Dixon.

Kathryn is a Relationship Manager within the IOOF Employee Solutions team at IOOF. She works with employers to provide employee benefits such as insurance, superannuation and financial wellbeing education and tools.

It Kathryn’s my mission to work with employers from a wide range of sectors who see the benefits of supporting their employees to develop their financial knowledge, skills and wellbeing. It’s a win/win for both.

 

On today’s show, Kathryn will share:

  1. What the current employee benefits environment looks like
  2. The current challenges facing employers as they seek to engage with their employees to enhance their wellbeing programs.
  3. The essential elements of an effective wellbeing program

Listen now: [powerpressurl=”http://media.blubrry.com/ambitiousentrepreneurnetwork/p/content.blubrry.com/_PODCAST_INTERVIEW_The_essential_elements_of_an_effective_wellbeing_program.mp3”]

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About Kathryn:

I’m a Relationship Manager within the IOOF Employee Solutions team at IOOF. I work with employers to provide employee benefits such as insurance, superannuation and financial wellbeing education and tools.

I’m passionate about helping people become financially aware and able to make decisions to help them build their financial security. Why? Because I experienced a “normal” upbringing before moving into a very busy, affluent lifestyle. A change in personal circumstances meant I lost all that and had to rebuild. This all happened when there wasn’t really a focus on people having great financial knowledge and easy access to information. It was scary.

It’s now my mission to work with employers from a wide range of sectors who see the benefits of supporting their employees to develop their financial knowledge, skills and wellbeing. It’s a won/win for both

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2021-06-25T01:21:52+10:00

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