So what are the big questions, challenges and issues you are dealing with? What financial wellbeing plans are you thinking about and why? How could you deliver better outcomes for your workforce?

Many employees are facing debt and money worries or are confused over pension options.  The impact of low financial resilience and underutilised benefits is real and often results in lower productivity and absenteeism in the workplace.

In fact, research shows:

  • 78% of employers believe financial worries increase stress*
  • 43% of employers think it reduces productivity*
  • 31% think it leads to increased absence and time off work*
  • 63% of employees felt increased financial stress due to the Covid pandemic and 72% of these would be attracted to a more supportive employer**
  • 87% of all employees want guidance or advice on their finances**

In our own poll***, 90% thought it was increasingly important to have a workplace financial wellbeing strategy in place.

With this in mind, join us at our workshop event to learn from industry peers on how you can develop a financial wellbeing strategy for 2022 that supports all employees. Special guests will also be joining us from the University of Lincoln, Experian and Lendlease.

The event will be held at the Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard on Wednesday 26 January 2022. Registration will open at 10:30am, with the event starting at 11:00am – 1:00pm. It is FREE to attend AND includes complimentary lunch following the session. Spaces are limited, so please book now to guarantee your place.