May 23, 2019 from noon to 1pm: Networking Webinar
How Health and Well-Being Drive Productivity in the Workplace
How can riding your bicycle to the office improve your work performance? How about your financial health and its effects on your attention to detail?
The creator and owner of LIFESTYLE ADVANCE BENFITS, Jeff Dickinson will be leading our discussion this month on how health and wellnesss effects our productivity. Working with Boeing, FDIC, CFPB, the Washington State Defense Department and on a smaller scale, hundreds of companies with employee counts of between 10 and 1,000. He provides education-at-work initiatives to help employees be more productive and focused.
The financial focus is to save the average employee $5,000 or more per year through better personal financial decisions and help employees eat healthier, live in a more sustainable environment, exercise, achieve and maintain good health.
The bottom line is to help participating employees make smarter decisions for a brighter life.
About Our Speaker:
President, Lifestyle Advance Benefits
Jeff Dickinson. Born and raised in Bothell, WA, graduated from Seattle University in Accounting.
During college, Jeff was the Promotions Director and Comptroller for the Seafair organization. After college, he obtained his real estate license and began his career building resort communities from Whistler, B.C. to the Napa Valley of California and into Arizona.
He built 17 resort communities over a 23 year period. In 2005, he sold his resort development company and went full-time into residential real estate sales. As a way to generate clients, he developed a comprehensive employee benefit program that included financial and health wellness at the workplace.
In 2012, he started a non-profit 501 (c) 3 Education at Work Foundation to provide these benefits to employees. The program is called HOME ADVANTAGE and presently operates on two very distinct levels. One level is providing real estate and mortgage benefits to over 1,000 major corporations across the US and Canada.
8 out of 10 Fortune 100 - 1,000 companies utilize his Home Advantage Real Estate Benefits Program for their employees.
Approx. 63 million employees have access to Home Advantage Benefits.
On a smaller scale, he provides financial and health wellness education to hundreds of companies with employee counts of between 10 and 1,000. The focus is to save the average employee $5,000 or more per year through better personal financial decisions and help employees eat healthier, live in a more sustainable environment, exercise and lose weight.
Lifestyle Advance receives grants from Boeing, FDIC, CFPB and the Washington State Defense Department to provide education at work initiatives to help employees be more productive and focused.