Getting Back to Business With Workforce Resilience in Mind

Thursday, November 12, 2020
12:00pm – 1:00pm EST

Between coping with the pandemic, rising unemployment, social unrest and political disarray, 2020 has felt turbulent. As employers and employees reckon with the magnitude of these issues both in their life and at work, new mental and financial stressors are increasingly impacting employees personally and professionally. A focus on mental and financial health, and, more specifically, building employee resilience, can help form a more productive and engaged workforce ready to take on the challenges of today’s environment.

This webinar will offer recent research insights related to the mental health and financial challenges workers are facing. Hear from a MetLife expert who will share the valuable insights related to these topics, as well as best practices that can help support employees to better address these challenges, including the role retirement benefits can play in achieving holistic health in light of the continuing pandemic.

Learning Objectives:
  • Hear where employers and employees are with mental and financial health, the correlation between the two, and the importance of resilience in overcoming today’s challenges;
  • Discover how the industry can address the challenges and support employees while maintaining business continuity; and 
  • Take advantage of resources and tools that will support your workforce—now and in the future.

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Vincent Branchesi
Director, Group Benefits Center of Excellence
Randy Myers
Senior Contributing Editor