WEALTH at work is a leading financial wellbeing and retirement specialist

– helping employees and pension scheme members to improve their financial future. 

Established in 2005, we provide financial education and one to one guidance on a bespoke basis which can be delivered globally. As part of the Wealth at Work group, we deliver these services for hundreds of organisations, reaching millions of the workforce.

Our approach to education revolves around a proactive and interactive delivery.

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A one to one conversation which helps employees clarify elements of their financial situation.

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Helping individuals to
understand their personal
financial situation.

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Helping employees understand and make the most of their retirement income options.

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WEALTH at work can support the following:

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Employee Engagement

We can provide you with the digital nudges you need to create employee engagement.

Financial Helpline

One-to-one support is essential for those employees who have personal questions of a financial nature.

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Financial Wellbeing

We can help you provide your employees with the knowledge to make informed decisions.

News

Interview with Business Matters.

Interview with Business Matters.

Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work, recently featured on Business Matters discussing the impact of inflation on employees and  how they can better manage their money and make savings.

22nd February 2024

The financial wellbeing benefits set for growth to create a financially resilient workforce.

The financial wellbeing benefits set for growth to create a financially resilient workforce.

The Financial Wellbeing Research 2023[1], published by the Reward & Employee Benefits Association (REBA) in association with WEALTH at work, details the wide-ranging workplace support that employers can offer as part of a joined-up financial wellbeing strategy to help manage the risks adversely impacting employees’ financial wellbeing.

19th February 2024

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