Financial wellbeing in the workplace

Many employees are struggling with their finances: they face demanding financial commitments, increasing personal debt, and a limited ability to save for the future. 

It’s important for employers to understand the role they can play in helping employees with their financial wellbeing, helping them to take control of their financial health, both for the good of the individual and the business.

Business performance and financial wellbeing

Investing the time to establish, promote and drive a financial wellbeing programme within your organisation, can benefit both your people and your business. With the right strategy you’ll be able to improve the overall wellness of your workforce; demonstrating a duty of care to your people whilst also boosting business performance.

of employees feel their employers don’t communicate about financial support

(Neyber, DNA 2017)

of employees would appreciate their employer providing access to financial awareness programmes

(The Social Market Foundation, 2017)

of employees would value employer-facilitated support to help their financial wellbeing

(Neyber, 2016)

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Building an effective financial wellbeing strategy

Agenda:

1. The importance of financial wellbeing
2. Education as a starting point
3. Helping your employees build a plan
4. 5 common financial stress points
5. Delivering good outcomes

Date: Wednesday 24th July

Time: 11:00am (GMT)

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Helping your organisation develop, implement and promote your financial wellbeing strategy

To support your organisation develop, deliver and embed a financial wellbeing programme into your workplace, our team of experts have developed a strategy centered around 3 pillars; strategy, education and outcomes.

With this approach, we’ll help your employees manage their short and long term finances, with the aim of helping them make better financial decisions.

1. STRATEGY

We understand that as an organisation, you’re unique and so are your people. The financial issues and needs of your people vary according to a number of factors, such as; their demographic, type of work, remuneration levels and location. We’ll help build a framework for your employees to access the appropriate level of help, as and when they need it.

2. EDUCATION

The foundation of our approach centres around two core modules that provide a foundation to drive change. We then develop a range of sessions using topics from our optional modules to address specific stress points.

We then use a range of delivery techniques to ensure everyone in you organisation can get engaged with your financial wellbeing programme, as and when they need it.

3. OUTCOMES

Where possible, our strategy will be designed with your employee benefits programme in mind to provide a solution specific to a financial stress point. With a trusted solution, it will make it more likely your people will act to improve their financial wellbeing.

Should we highlight any areas where your employee benefits programme doesn’t offer a tangible solution or product, we’re able to review and propose a number of provider solutions that you may wish to consider.

Helping your employees make better financial decisions

Our financial wellbeing programmes are centred around 3 pillars; strategy, education and outcomes.

This approach allows us to help your employees manage their short and long term finances, with the aim of helping them make better financial decisions.

1. Strategy

Working with you to build a long-term financial wellbeing strategy that adds value to your business

2. Education

Building an educational framework for your people to access the level of help as and when they need it

3. Outcomes

Using your employee benefits programme to offer tangible solutions and products