PFEEF’s mission is to provide support to organizations and their employees as they attend to and take charge of their financial well-being. Organizations that provide financial education to their employees show results that include improvement in workplace productivity, employee morale, and loyalty while reducing absenteeism, turnover, workplace distractions and stress.
The book, The Business of Personal Finance: How to Improve Financial Wellness by Joseph Calandro, Jr. and John Hoffmire, The Employee Survey and Personal Financial Wellness Scale™ and additional PFEEF Resources are tools that empower employees to learn more about personal finance and become better managers of their own financial well-being, That, in turn, helps organizations create a more productive, healthy, and profitable workforce.
PFEEF’s Board of Directors
John Hoffmire, Chairman Personal Finance Employee Education Fund
Tom Harms, Secretary/Treasurer Personal Finance Employee Education Fund
Shelley Hoffmire Personal Finance Employee Education Fund
Kenneth Serwinski Prairie Capital Advisors, Inc.
The goal of the Center on Business and Poverty is to support innovative writing and community projects related to exemplary employers who participate in social enterprise.