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Let's Do Lunch: How a Lunch and Learn Seminar Helps Your Employees

Posted by Hanscom Federal Credit Union on Nov 6, 2015 8:23:07 AM

Engaged_Employees-1.jpgI once saw a coffee mug that said, “Lunch is for wimps.” Not so, I thought. Lunch is an important part of a productive work day. It’s an opportunity to recharge, connect with a coworker, or get some physical activity into your day.

We regularly offer Lunch and Learn seminars at companies we work with. We use that mid-day break to help people with their financial lives. It’s a privilege for us to educate folks about their credit scores, understand investment strategies, and manage their money.

A Lunch and Learn seminar always begins with lunch. Pizza, sandwiches, cookies – nothing fancy, but it works. Our topic expert presents information on the chosen topic. Attendees ask questions, and the whole thing wraps up with an evaluation. All in 45 minutes.

 Our programs are carefully designed to help employees become financially self-sufficient and successful.  We don’t go into a workplace and sell products. We listen to you and adapt our programs accordingly. We take feedback seriously and use it to improve our presentation.

Here’s what our presenters have to say about Lunch and Learn seminars:

“Our education programs are designed to help your employees become financially self-sufficient and successful —whether they are well-established or just starting out. I love visiting companies and showing people how to take control of their finances.” – Ferdousi

“People get so much from this program. I see many people who really need help managing their budget or dealing with debt. Sometimes I can even see the stress lift from their shoulders when I’m able to give them the tools they need.” – Cheryl

Find out how a Lunch and Learn seminar will benefit your employees. And, hey, lunch is on us!

Sign up for a free Lunch and Learn Seminar.

Topics: Business, Personal Finance

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