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The future of workplace wellbeing: trends to watch in 2024

EY Free CPE Webinars

March 5 @ 1:00 pm 2:00 pm EST

Free 1 CPE credit

Top-notch total reward and wellbeing frameworks are emerging as a key C-suite focus area given the vital role they play in reinforcing an organization’s employer brand, defining corporate culture priorities and enhancing the employee experience. In the current environment, we are all being asked to do more with less and to show a significant return on our investments. These rewards also serve as competitive differentiators that enable companies to attract, retain and engage top talent, increase productivity and create long-term value. 

Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) is pleased to present a webcast on “The future of workplace wellbeing: trends to watch in 2024” to share emerging market trends and insights.

Topics discussed include:

  • The link between employees’ mental health and financial wellbeing
  • Total reward and wellbeing trends and potential implications for your business
  • The building blocks of a compelling total rewards and wellbeing strategy to support your Employee Value Proposition (EVP) and how organizations can leverage these programs to attract, retain, motivate and engage their workforces
  • Digital HR platform analytics and insight integration to enhance employee experience across four primary wellbeing pillars (physical, financial, emotional/mental and social) while delivering cost efficiencies, improved performance and dashboard return on investment insights


Photographic portrait of Juliette Meunier

Juliette Meunier

EY US Employee Personal Finance Leader

Photographic portrait of Dan Eck

Dan Eck

EY US Managing Director of Group Learning

Photgraphic portrait of Frank Giampietro

Frank Giampietro

EY Americas Chief Wellbeing Officer

Photographic portrait of Martha H. Cook

Martha Cook

EY EMEIA Total Reward Center of Excellence Leader, People Advisory Services (PAS)

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