Tackling Employee Financial Stress at your Organization

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The cost of living/inflation and financial instability represent the top stressors negatively impacting employee mental health, according to Calm’s survey of more than 4,000 adults in the US, UK, Germany, and India. This isn’t news to HR and benefit leaders. In fact, 77% of them want to address financial anxiety within the next one to two years. But how do you create an effective plan that meets the needs of your employee population?

In this webinar, join Workplace Financial Wellness Consultant Kelley C. Long alongside Calm’s Director of Product and Customer Marketing as they discuss how you can evolve your benefits programs to address employee financial stress while supporting their well-being and providing tools to help instill lasting behavioral change.

You’ll walk away with:

  • An understanding of the link between financial stress, mental health, and productivity
  • Best practices for building a financial wellness program at your organization
  • Tips for identifying the right vendors and partners to meet the needs of your workforce
  • Strategies for communicating financial wellness benefits to maximize utilization


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Tim Hwang

Director of Product and Customer Marketing, Calm Business

Tim Hwang has spent the last 18 years working in the pharmaceutical and technology arena, now bringing his passion for people and patients to the mental health space at Calm. As the current Director of Product and Customer Marketing for Calm Business, he and his team are focused on launching meaningful products and support resources to leaders who are looking to prioritize a preventive mental health strategy at their organizations. Previously, Tim worked at Genentech/Roche, driving the marketing function of a lung cancer therapeutics portfolio, and DocuSign, helping healthcare and life science organizations digitize their patient and process workflows. Tim holds a BS and MEng in Bioengineering from the University of California, San Diego.

Kelley Long

Kelley Long

With more than 20 years of experience in the financial services industry, Kelley Long is an independent financial coach and workplace financial wellness consultant. In her role, Kelley works with employers both to establish financial wellness programs and resources for employees as well as providing financial coaching services through employee webcasts, workshops and one-on-one financial coaching. Kelley’s most recent role was Senior Financial Planner, Personal Financial Coach and lead content manager for financial wellness provider Financial Finesse.

Kelley holds a B.S. in Accountancy from Western Michigan University, where she was a Medallion scholarship recipient and magna cum laude graduate of the Lee Honors College. She’s a licensed CPA in Arizona, Illinois and Ohio and holds the Personal Finance Specialist credential, a designation only available to CPAs who’ve demonstrated an expertise in personal finance and granted by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA). She’s also a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM professional but does not hold any securities licenses or registrations in order to remain completely unbiased in her financial wellness coaching with individuals and employees.