WEALTH at work at forefront of award winning financial education.

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WEALTH at work, a leading provider of financial education, guidance and advice in the workplace, has delivered an award winning financial education programme for iPSL.

iPSL won the award for best financial education strategy at the Very Important Benefits awards by Reward.

Rebecca Noad, HR Manager, iPSL, comments; “WEALTH at work delivered the financial education seminars and we received some fantastic feedback from those that attended, which made us realise that these seminars had a huge impact and made our people really think about their financial future. Everyone was given the opportunity to attend and as we’re a 24 hour operation we made sure we included sessions for our evening and night shifts.”

“We focused on providing a wide range of information and support for every age range. There were sessions for early career, mid-career and planning for retirement, so our people could book themselves in to the session that best reflected their future financial needs.”

“It was great to be recognised by leading industry experts for the hard work that had been put in by both iPSL and WEALTH at work to make these sessions happen and ensure they were a success with our people.”

Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work comments; “We are delighted to be part of such a successful financial education programme. Financial education is an important step in developing an employee’s knowledge so that they can maximise the value of their workplace benefits for greater financial security throughout working life and at-retirement. Effective financial education should be tailored to the needs of the individual, whether they are starting their career and facing the challenges of saving to buy a first home, are in the midst of their career and balancing work and home life, or starting to give consideration to what retirement may look like.  ”

He continues; “For those approaching retirement this was supported by regulated advice to provide individual support and clear actions and recommendations based on personal situations to help to optimise retirement income.”

To read the full article in Reward, please click here.

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