#FinHealthMatters Day

Social Media Kit

Be a part of the dialogue on April 7

To help you reach out to your networks, here are some sample social media posts for you and your communications teams. To punch up your posts, download our #FinHealthMatters Day graphics here.

Social Media Kit

Post 1: Prior to April 7

Twitter: As the financial fallout from COVID-19 grows, employers and workers are facing tough choices, making worker financial health more important than ever. Join me and @finhealthnet on #FinHealthMatters Day, April 7, to share your thoughts. https://bit.ly/2vGyCRv

 

LinkedIn:

In the wake of COVID-19-related work stoppages and layoffs, workers are more stressed than ever about their finances, highlighting the need for employers to step up. Join me and @Finhealthnetwork on #FinHealthMatters Day, April 7, to share what you’re doing to create solutions that can benefit workers and businesses. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3apalOU #workplacewellness

 

Facebook:

 How can employers reduce the short- and long-term financial fallout their workers are facing as a result of COVID-19? Join me and @FinHealthNet April 7 for #FinHealthMatters Day to share how you’re creating #finhealth solutions that can benefit workers and businesses. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2UjyfG0

 

Post 2: Prior to April 7

Twitter:

 54% of Americans say they’re not financially prepared to handle a contagious disease like coronavirus that limits their ability to work for a few weeks. Join me and @finhealthnet on #FinHealthMatters Day, April 7, to share your thoughts.  Learn more: https://bit.ly/39hHF9r

 

LinkedIn:

 Americans have two major financial concerns about falling ill with COVID-19: income loss and medical costs. In fact, 54% say they’re not financially prepared to handle a contagious disease like coronavirus that limits their ability to work for a few weeks. Join me and @Finhealthnetwork on April 7 for #FinHealthMatters Day to share what you’re doing to  help financially vulnerable workers and businesses. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3apalOU #workplacewellness 

 

Facebook:

 According to a recent survey, 54% of Americans say they’re not financially prepared to handle a contagious disease like coronavirus that limits their ability to work for a few weeks. How can employers help to address these concerns?Join me and @FinHealthNet on April 7 for #FinHealthMatters Day  to post about the positive impact of investing in worker financial health. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2UjyfG0

 

 Post 3: On April 7

 

Twitter:

Today is #FinHealthMatters Day. This year’s focus on workplace financial health is especially critical as millions of workers face financial instability during #COVID19. Join me and @finhealthnet to share how you’re supporting worker #finhealth. https://bit.ly/39hHF9r

 

 

LinkedIn:

Today is #FinHealthMatters Day. Employees at all income levels are stressed about finances, as #COVID19 highlights how work stoppages and other disruptions can leave workers hanging in the balance. Join me and @Finhealthnetwork to share how you’re developing solutions that can help foster worker financial health. https://bit.ly/3apalOU #workplacewellness 

 

Facebook:

It’s #FinHealthMatters Day. #COVID19 has employees at all income levels stressed about finances, highlighting how disruptions like work stoppages can have big financial implications for workers. Join me and @FinHealthNet as post about  solutions to foster financial health for workers across the country. How are you supporting worker #finhealth? https://bit.ly/2UjyfG0

Check out what people said about why #FinHealthMatters in 2019, and use the hashtag to keep the conversation going year-round!