Financial education, literacy, and inclusion means more than just addressing an employee's base salary. Various compensation components, workplace benefits and long-term financial planning are critical to the employee value proposition, and yet, not everyone begins at the same starting line. Companies who are successfully unleashing the power of diverse talent pools and facilitating diversity and inclusion progress have identified equity as core business priority across all employee programs. Let’s discuss how to overcome opportunity gaps across the employee value proposition and the ripple effects of pay inequity on long-term financial wellness.
· Know how to advance equitable employee programs using data and analytics
· Learn how to hold your organization accountable through holistic financial and economic inclusion