Building an Effective Financial Wellness Program [On Demand]



On Demand
Course Leader : Frank Wiginton, Employee Financial Well-Being
Duration : 1 hour 0 minute
Price: Free

FREE Webinar by Your Workplace (Powered by Canadian HR Reporter)

Building an Effective Financial Wellness Program

Have you ever wondered why many of your wellness programs are minimally effective? Do you want to provide a wellness program that more than 80% of your employees want? All while improving productivity, employee satisfaction, and the company’s bottom line?

In this 60-minute webinar, Financial Wellness Expert, Author, and CEO Frank Wiginton will explain why financial wellness is the missing piece to a successful wellness program. He will share five key components that make a program effective and the 10 steps to implementing a financial wellness program at your organization.

There will be ample time at the end of the webinar to ask Frank questions and you will be given access to:

  • Two infographics from Canadian employee and employer research
  • Three whitepapers detailing the research
  • A 10-step guide to implementing a financial wellness program
  • A complete 30-minute financial wellness lunch and learn workshop, including presentation, facilitators guide and participant resources – in French and English.


Frank Wiginton, CFP, RRC, FMA, CIM, FCSI, Fellow of the FPSC
Financial Wellness Expert, Author, CEO
Employee Financial Well-Being

For the past decade Frank has been delivering retirement and financial wellness workshops to the employees of many companies including, Export Development Canada, NAV CANADA, McMaster University, Ontario Power Generation, The Toronto Star, and the Toronto Transit Commission.

As a pioneer of unbiased, workplace financial education in Canada, Frank’s expertise and counsel has been sought by many groups including the National Task Force on Financial Literacy, The Financial Consumers Agency of Canada, The Conference Board of Canada, Excellence Canada, The International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plans (IFEBP), and countless others.

Employee Financial Well-Being is an unbiased education company that does not manage money or sell investment products.