Why employers should consider setting up a financial wellbeing programme.

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Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director WEALTH at work has joined Jonathan Stapleton, Editor-in-Chief, Professional Pensions for a webinar which looked at why employers should consider setting up a financial wellbeing programme; how to decide what should and shouldn’t be included; and assessed how to build and implement a good programme.

Specific questions included:

  1. Why should employers consider setting up a financial wellbeing programme for their staff?
  2. What are the different interventions that can be offered in such programmes? Managing debt, budgeting, retirement education etc?
  3. How do you decide what should be included in a financial wellbeing programme? Should you identify just a couple of issues to focus on or provide an all-encompassing programme? To what extent should you set up focus groups / conduct research to understand what staff need?
  4. How can you implement a good programme? Is a digital or a face-to-face offering more effective?
  5. How do you measure the effectiveness of these strategies?

To listen to the recorded webinar, please click here.

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