Deploy An Employee Financial Wellness Program that Improves Recruiting, Retention and Performance

Date: Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Employee financial health is essential to the stability of the American workforce, employers and the economy. Yet, financial matters remain the top cause of stress for workers[1], with Netspend research revealing that more than 25% of employees felt financially unstable and could not pay an unexpected $400 expense without going into debt.[2]

Pre-pandemic, it was estimated that businesses collectively lost up to $500 billion each year due to employees’ financial stress, which negatively impacts reliability and performance.  Now, many employees have a financial situation that has gone from bad to worse, so the stakes are high.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many employers need a renewed focus on financial health to support employee engagement and performance[3] in order to maintain business operations.

Is your company addressing employee financial health needs across your workforce? Register for our webinar, where we reveal our latest research that examines employee financial health in America and share strategies HR and payroll professionals can deploy to help pave the way for employees’ paths to financial well-being.

Registrants will learn:

  • Why employees suffer from feelings of financial insecurity
  • How the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted employee financial health
  • How forward-thinking companies are responding
  • Five strategies to boost financial health and improve recruiting, retention and employee performance

Can’t attend live? That’s OK! Register now, and watch on-demand later. 

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This program has been submitted to the HR Certification Institute® for review.

Adam Kujawa
Adam Kujawa
Vice President

Adam Kujawa has worked in the payments industry for 17+ years and throughout his career he has partnered with organizations across numerous industries to deliver financial solutions that maximize efficiencies, add value, eliminate pain, and reduce both direct and indirect costs. Adam Kujawa is currently the Vice President of Sales and Business Development at Netspend. Prior to this, Adam was the Senior Director of National Sales for Netspend’s Commercial Prepaid Division and he has been with Netspend, a Global Payments Company for over 11 years and during his tenure he has helped Netspend experience rapid growth and become a leader in the digital payments and payroll marketplace.


[1] Forbes, What Employees’ Financial Unwellness is Costing Their Companies:

[2] Netspend Whitepaper: The Impact of Employee Financial Health on Business and the Economy:

[3] HR Technologist, August 2019, “Businesses Losing $500 Billion Due to Employees’ Financial Stress”