Financial Wellness Initiative

A collection of educational resources, toolkits, and guides to support your organization’s financial wellness program.

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  • Featured: Press Release | Virtual HR 2020: Building A New Vision Together Reached Record-Breaking Attendance

    Oct 30, 2020

    IPMA-HR holds first virtual Annual Conference attracting more than 880 public sector HR professionals, setting a record as its largest event in over a decade.

  • Featured: Fairweather Chosen as 2021 President-Elect

    Aug 20, 2020


    As IPMA-HR’s elected leader, Jennifer Fairweather, IPMA-SCP, welcomes the privilege and opportunity to work with all of you in growing our membership, continuing to provide amazing opportunities for networking and development, fostering the reputation of excellence in public sector human resources, and ensuring the continued success of our dynamic association. 


  • Tell the Labor Department What You Know About Paid and FMLA Leave

    Jul 21, 2020

    The U.S. Department of Labor issued separate Requests for Information (RFI) on state- and employer paid leave and on Family and Medical Leave Act leave. Anyone with knowledge about leave policies and FMLA processes is invited to share their insights and experiences.

  • Virtual Roundtable Discussion: Best Practices to Avoid Legal Issues

    Jun 23, 2020

    Join IPMA-HR and David Ritter (Partner, Barnes & Thornburg) to discuss best practices in safely reopening places of work in light of COVID-19.

    In this program, David will provide practical advice, as well as guidance on legal pitfalls and risks that could arise. There will be an abbreviated 20-minute presentation and then an opportunity to answer participant questions.

  • Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity Now Protected Under Title VII

    Jun 15, 2020

    The U.S. Supreme Court on June 15, 2020, affirmed that job protections under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 extend to workers who identify as LGBTQ. Writing for the 6-3 majority in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia, Justice Neil Gorsuch plainly stated, “An employer who fires an individual merely for being gay or transgender violates Title VII.”

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