Tackling financial wellbeing in the workplace webinar with Hyde Housing.

Covid-19 has brought on many money worries which has had a direct effect on employee financial wellbeing, with many feeling greater levels of anxiety.

Learning how to manage on a reduced income is crucial during these uncertain times, especially if employees are facing a fall in their overall household income due to either themselves or a partner facing reduced work or redundancy.

Laurie Davis, Reward Specialist, Hyde Housing, joined Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work, in a webinar with WSB to discuss these issues including how employers can help their employees take control of their finances through the provision of financial education and guidance.

It looked at how financial education programmes should be delivered to ensure maximum engagement. In addition, it discussed how to best help different groups of employees, ranging from those starting out in their career to those approaching retirement.

If you would like to speak to us to discuss how best to tackle financial wellbeing in the workplace, please contact us.

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