Oct. 10, 2017

Guest:

Mihir Desai, Mizuho Financial Group professor of finance at Harvard Business School and author of The Wisdom of Finance: Discovering Humanity in the World of Risk and Return

According to a recent study by Pricewaterhouse Coopers, more than 81% of college-educated millennials have at least one term debt, but only 24% can demonstrate basic financial knowledge. With such a need, how can organizations use financial education programs to recruit top talent and engage employees?

In today’s episode, Mihir Desai, author of The Wisdom of Finance, joins HR Break Room® to discuss:

  • why financial literacy is so important to today’s largely millennial workforce, even if they don’t realize it
  • the benefits of having financial literacy programs available to employees
  • how these programs can benefit employee recruitment and engagement initiatives

 

Learn more about educating your workforce by reading our Learning Management Systems: Fueling Employee Knowledge and Propelling Business Growth white paper.

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