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 take control of their financial health, both for the good of the individual and the business.
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
A motivated, healthy and inspired workforce is the foundation of every successful business
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.
We’ll work with you to understand the financial stress points of your employees and determine what specific areas of education and outcomes are needed.
Our communication team will design a financial wellbeing programme aligned to your people’s stress points, business goals and in-line with your available budget.
Delivering clear education and accessible solutions are paramount for good outcomes, for both you and your employees.
The foundation of every successful business
"We'll work with you to understand the financial stress points of your employees and determine what specific areas of education and outcomes are needed."
Liarna Whittington Associate Consultant
Engaging campaign material
“We wanted to ensure our strong brand and values are instilled through the pension scheme and worked with the communications team at Johnson Fleming to create bespoke literature and engaging launch campaign materials.
"We have also developed a bespoke pension microsite to enable all employees to manage their retirement planning online and included group presentations and individual meetings as part of our structured communications plan.”
Suzanne Willshire Pensions Manager House of Fraser