Author: E4E Relief

For most companies, 2020 highlighted the interconnectedness, resilience, and vulnerabilities of their workforce worldwide. Grappling with financial uncertainty and employees in crisis, responsible companies turned to relief programs as a means of supporting employees and engaging in innovative giving strategies.

Recent E4E Relief research confirms that employee relief programs directly contribute to employee well-being in times of crisis. Key data shows that relief programs allow companies to generate goodwill and employee engagement, while mitigating crisis and volatility in their workforce. In a year that tested the limits of business continuity strategies, employee relief remains a practical, proactive strategy to improve employee financial and emotional well-being.

The central question behind the S in ESG (environmental social governance) is

“How can companies manage its relationship with its workforce, the societies in which it operates, and other key stakeholders like investors and policy makers.”

In this session, corporate leaders will gain new ideas for strategies that will improve employee well-being and contribute to their company’s ESG social rating and overall ESG profile. The session will include data-driven insights from research conducted in the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, a time when 28% of employees surveyed had less than a week’s savings.

Key Takeaways from this Session:

  • Investment in Employee Well-being: How and Why It’s on Everyone’s Mind
  • Well-being in the realm of ESG: The S profile, employee engagement, loyalty, and productivity
  • Readiness + Responsibility = Wellbeing: E4E Relief Impact Research

About the Speaker

Holly brings nearly 25 years of experience in business development, law and grantmaking for tax-exempt organizations. She is a nationally-recognized leader in charitable tax matters and serves or has served on trade association boards and key public policy committees representing nonprofits and philanthropy on the Hill. She also contributes as a thought leader on trends in philanthropy, disaster relief, impact investing, and the blurring lines between nonprofits and for-profits.

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