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Virtual Town Hall: Creating a Culture of Financial Health for Your Organization

Join us for our next virtual town hall on October 29th at 10am PT featuring retirement benefits expert Renee Shew, Vice President of Mutual America Financial Group. With an estimated 27% of Americans surveyed have recently had to tap into their retirement savings to offset financial hardship due to COVID-19, the pandemic is having a significant impact on employee financial health. Renee will share tools and resources to mitigate this threat to your employees’ financial future.

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Virtual Town Hall: How to Kick Employer Sponsored Health Benefits--In the Nuts and Bolts

We hope you were able to join our most recent town hall, where we discussed real-life stories of incredible health benefits savings from our friends Angie Rodriguez, Director of Human Services for East Harlem Council for Human Services and Mitch Austin, Human Resources and Compliance Director for Gateway Residential Services.

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Virtual Town Hall: Help Employees Repair and Reset Their Retirement

Be sure to join Derreck Smith, Senior Marketing Manager of Nonstop and Erik Daley, CFA, retirement benefits expert and managing principal for the Multnomah Group on July 30th at 10AM PST for a 30 minute town hall conversation showcasing strategies to help your employees repair and strengthen their retirement benefits portfolio in this time of economic uncertainty.

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How Healthcare Literacy Can Save Lives During the COVID-19 Pandemic

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services1, only twelve (12%) percent of adults in the United States have proficient healthcare literacy. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines health literacy or healthcare literacy as "the degree to which an individual has a capacity to obtain, communicate, process, and understand basic health information and services to make appropriate health decisions."2 The expenses of improperly accessed healthcare negatively impact both the individual and the overall cost of healthcare premiums, adding to expense for your organization as well.

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Small Business Administration Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Forgiveness Update: What You Need to Know

Quick Summary

  • UPDATE: As of July 3, 2020, the application deadline has been extended to August 8, 2020
  • The SBA has about $125 billion in loan forgiveness funds for those that qualify
  • To ease access to these funds, application restrictions were lifted and later the deadline to apply was extended. Candidates who may not have previously qualified need to review the recent updates

Read or download the full guide in this post from the link below

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East Harlem Council for Human Services, Inc. Stomps Down Annual Employee Health Insurance Bill 34%

New York nonprofit abandons traditional fully-insured health plan design to reduce employer-sponsored health insurance premiums and improve benefits through first-dollar coverage.

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Nonstop Presents: Navigating Unemployment Insurance

Essential Unemployment Insurance Insight for Nonprofits with Laura Achee, Enrollment Manager, UST.

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Recap: Workplace Strategies for Mental Health

We hope that you were able to join our team at Nonstop and Laura Green, HR Business Partner from Nonprofit HR for a timely conversation about mental health strategies in the workplace. If not, or if you just want to learn more about the impact of COVID-19 on the mental health of your employees and how your organization can act in a way that’s organized, passionate, and will keep your valued team members thriving—we’d love to take a moment to break down a few key points of that conversation, and tell you how to find out more.

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The Protection Health Workers Deserve - MassMutual’s HealthBridge Program

In a response to the COVID-19 pandemic and a desire to support heroic healthcare and health center workers, putting themselves on the front lines of a global healthcare crisis, MassMutual has created free term life insurance with those heroic healthcare workers in mind.

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Statement from CEO David Sloves

Exactly 99 years ago, on May 31-June 1 of 1921, hundreds of Black Americans were brutally attacked, interned, and murdered in Tulsa, Oklahoma in what now politely gets called the "Tulsa Race Massacre." It is shameful that we have made such little progress.

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