Webinar: Tools for Strengthening Public Sector Employee Financial Wellness
Please join us on September 8th to learn more about tools for strengthening Public Sector Financial Wellness.
As public sector workers report increased financial concerns with the rise of inflation and stock market volatility, helping state and local government workers achieve financial security is more important than ever.
This webinar will present research describing the financial wellness needs and preferences of public sector employees, review the business case for employee financial wellness programs, and highlight a series of financial wellness fact sheets and case studies of approaches employers are taking to implement and strengthen employee financial wellness.
These resources will offer public sector HR professionals with key learnings and promising practices to help their workers achieve their financial goals, such as reducing debt, saving for retirement, and increasing emergency savings. These tools can provide employers with a competitive advantage as they work to attract and retain talented employees and the next generation of the public sector workforce.
Dr. Liss-Levinson, Senior Research Manager at MissionSquare Research Institute
IPMA-HR is bringing you this webinar in partnership with MissionSquare Research Institute.
(This webinar is open to all.)
Rivka Liss-Levinson, Ph.D. (Moderator)
Senior Research Manager
MissionSquare Research Institute
Dr. Liss-Levinson is Senior Research Manager at MissionSquare Research Institute. With 15 years of experience designing, implementing, reporting, and disseminating rigorous, practitioner-oriented research, she is dedicated to leveraging data and stories to improve the health and well-being of public sector workers and others who serve their communities.
Prior to joining the Research Institute in 2018, Dr. Liss-Levinson worked as Director of Survey Research for the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), where she led the full life cycle of the pre-eminent national survey of the status of state and territorial public health in the United States. She has also worked at the Emory University/Cornell University Institute for Health and Productivity Studies, collaborating with partners from the private and public sectors to research and evaluate workplace wellness programs.
Dr. Liss-Levinson’s work has been covered by Forbes, CNBC, and the Washington Post, and she has written multiple columns for Route Fifty. She has also co-authored peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, is a frequent presenter at national conferences, and serves on committees for several public service and public health organizations.
Dr. Liss-Levinson holds a doctorate in Applied Social Psychology from The George Washington University and a BA in Psychology from Brandeis University.