Watch New Research: Retaining hourly workers

Watch as the experts at Even identify which HR and payroll insights matter to empower hourly employees and their financial health.

New Research: Keep 3 out of 5 hourly workers from leaving your organization

It’s time to put those HR insights to work.

Large organizations prioritize workforce financial health and well-being; however, America's hourly workers report they can't count on their benefits packages for relief. In fact, half (50%) of those with benefits at large U.S. companies say their current benefits package doesn't fit their financial needs, according to a survey of 1,000 U.S. hourly workers by Wakefield Research for Even.

Employers may not realize that their HR and payroll systems often have all of the data necessary to positively impact employees' financial health; it is just a matter of knowing how to put those insights to work.

In this webinar you'll learn:
  • Learn the business cost of employees’ financial distress and why workforce financial health is now a C-Suite priority
  • Understand employee insights to improve workforce wellbeing
  • Distinguish between point solution “quick fixes” and platforms that deliver measurable outcomes in employee financial health
Brooke Ossenkop

Brooke Ossenkop

Head of B2B Marketing, Even

Brooke Ossenkop, FXCX is the Head of B2B Marketing at Even. With a background in benefits, customer experience and innovation, her career expands over several industries including wellbeing, healthcare, hospitality and finance. Brooke is passionate about helping employers learn about their employees' needs and develop the strategies they need to succeed no matter what the marketplace does.

Mike De Jesus

Mike De Jesus

VP of Customer Success, Even

Mike De Jesus is the VP of Customer Success at Even, where he and his team are responsible for delivering and continuously optimizing the overall experiences of Even's customers, and ensuring the success of those customers. Mike has spent the past 15 years building and leading data-driven and customer‑centric Success, Service and Experience teams, across multiple industries (most recently at Reddit and Lyft) and international markets.

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