The pandemic showed that a crisis can strike anyone at any time. And because crises can severely impact employees and workplaces, disaster relief should be part of a comprehensive financial well-being strategy designed to help employees gain security and peace of mind.
E4E Relief CEO, Holly Welch Stubbing, recently appeared on the Returns On Wellbeing Podcast to discuss how companies can provide emergency financial relief as part of their well-being initiatives, where she said:
“Because we’re seeing more and more unexpected events happening in the world, including climate, personal tragedy, medical issues, war, and violence, emergency disaster relief is a natural addition to a comprehensive financial wellbeing strategy to help employees with events they just can't plan for.”
Read some of the highlights from that conversation in this article from Forbes!