Improving Employee Engagement Through Financial Wellness

Time: 1:00 PM


December 5, 2022
1-2:00 p.m.

This event is sponsored by HealthCare Associates Credit Union



This program is complimentary for IHA members.

Please contact Bridget McCarte with any questions.

Register Online

Almost every healthcare worker is feeling some degree of stress. Whether it’s emotional stress from caring for patients, stress due to exhaustion or economic concerns, to retain your employees you must engage them. In this webinar, you’ll hear from financial literacy and wellness expert Jennifer Kleinhenz on how to address stress among your staff. She’ll share examples of solutions that allow your organization to engage your employees through financial wellness. HealthCare Associates Credit Union is sponsoring this program.

The webinar will cover the following resources: 

  • Employee Assistance Programs

  • Retirement programs

  • HealthCare Associates Credit Union’s financial wellness 

  • Physical fitness programs 

  • Employee reward or incentive programs

  • Employee crisis programs or crisis funds

  • Generational views on finances

  • Resources to help your employees understand personal finance


At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Describe financial concerns and threats frequently faced by healthcare employees.

  • Outline how different generations define “financial wellness.”

  • Discuss how an employer can help reduce employee stress imposed by personal finance concerns.

  • Identify free resources available to assist your employees in learning about and improving their financial wellness.

Who Should Attend

This workshop will benefit managers, directors and executives in human resources and administration.


Jennifer Kleinhenz, Senior Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, HealthCare Associates Credit Union
Kleinhenz is a passionate senior strategic marketing technologist with more than 20 years of experience in disruption and developing and implementing marketing strategy and automation. With many years in the financial sector, she is responsible for member experience, marketing, business development, digital strategies, corporate branding, strategic initiatives and member engagement. Financial literacy and wellness are a passion of hers and she is dedicated to finding new ways to engage members and associations, while empowering people with financial literacy solutions and services.