In episode 91, Coffey talks with Bill Langley about employers’ support of employee financial wellness.

They discuss what “employee financial wellness” means to employees and employers; the definition of financial capability; how financial matters affect employees’ mental health and the workplace; how leaders can identify signs of financial stress; the evolution of financial health post-pandemic; how leaders can guarantee employees receive the financial education and resources they need; the pros and cons of same-day pay; and the key topics of a financial wellness training program.

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Bill Langley

Bill Langley

Bill Langley is Founder and Principal of QAR Financial, a national consulting firm which provides business turnaround support and employee financial wellness training for employers. Through corporate and non-profit collaborations, Bill facilitates emergency voluntary benefit loans with a social mission for employees. A career certified credit professional and accredited financial wellness educator, Bill’s expertise focuses on financial capability and sustainability.

Bill is a frequent CEU/PDH approved speaker for employers, government agencies and professional associations. He has also provided legislative testimony regarding the debt management and payday lending industry while receiving recognition from agencies within the Texas Workforce Commission, US Small Business Administration and NAACP. Previous notable conference speaking engagements, include Texas Total Rewards Conference, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, National Black Coalition of Federal Aviation Employees, International Concrete Saw and Drillers Association.

Bill serves as a past chapter president for the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), He has also actively served in various board capacities at the chapter level for the Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA), a member of WorldatWork, National Wellness Institute as well as other professional service organizations.

Bill has served on the Advisory Committee for the Employer-Based Financial Wellness national research project led by the Brown School Center for Social Development at Washington University in St Louis and lead advisor for the United Way Metro Dallas Financial Wellness at Work initiative. He is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin.


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