Human Resource Services

Financial Wellness Training

Do you feel like a hamster on a wheel when it comes to trying to get ahead financially? Is it time to tell your money where to go instead of asking where it went? Take charge of your financial life. Discover skills that can truly help you to change your life. Join Employee Well-being for a presentation by Brian Hood, a Certified Financial Planning Professional.

TIAA-CREF Presentation: Paying Yourself- Income options in retirement

UNI Employee Wellbeing invites you to a financial workshop conducted by TIAA-CREF titled: "Paying Yourself: Income Options in Retirement." This workshop will center around helping you simplify retirement income. Employees will learn the basic rules that govern most retirement accounts, gain perspective on when to tap into different assets and discover the flexible income choices offered by TIAA-CREF. Registration is required.

TIAA-CREF Presentation: Healthy Numbers

UNI Employee Wellbeing is sponsoring a financial workshop conducted by TIAA-CREF titled: "Healthy Numbers: Integrating Healthcare Into Your Retirement Plan." This workshop will center around finding ways to include healthcare in your retirement plan and the benefits and costs of Medicare. Employees will take part in interactive activities that will help with retaining this valuable information. Registration is required.

Spine and Health Lunch and Learn Presentation

Employees are invited to attend a spine and health lunch and learn presentation conducted by Wayson Chiropractic. Focuses will center around how exercise affects the spine, how certain foods can harm or heal and how a Doctor of Chiropractic may help when you are in pain. Employees are invited to bring their lunches; water and ice tea will be provided. Registration is required as space is limited. 

"2015 and Beyond: Investing after the Global Financial Crisis' lecture

Dan Morris, TIAA-CREF’s Global Investment Strategist, will share his views on the opportunities and potential pitfalls he sees in 2015.

The U.S. economy is finally recovering from the Global Financial Crisis, but the rest of the world is trailing behind.

  • Can the U.S. economy continue to expand or will it be dragged down by stagnation in Europe or a slowdown in China?
  • Markets have become more volatile of late. Why is this and will it persist?
  • How should investors protect their portfolios but also find the returns they need as interest rise, but remain low compared to historical norms? 


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