In recognition of the demand on employers to support employees during the pandemic and beyond, we offer an online platform called the ‘Financial Healthcheck’.

The platform helps employees build their knowledge on a range of financial matters throughout their career and will cover topics such as debt & money management, managing savings, retirement and health & financial protection.

The Financial Healthcheck will ask employees a few simple questions around their finances. Based on the answers, it will provide an action list which can be accessed via a personal online dashboard. This could include recommending further learning from online resources such as; watching a webcast or animation, completing a budgeting tool or booking an educational online seminar.

The platform is tailored to each company’s benefits package, ensuring that all the financial education content is relevant for all employees. This will help them to learn more and achieve their financial goals.

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WEALTH at work launch the Financial Healthcheck to help employees achieve their financial goals.

WEALTH at work launch the Financial Healthcheck to help employees achieve their financial goals.

15th February 2021

In recognition of the demand on employers to support employees during the pandemic and beyond, WEALTH at work have launched a new online platform called the ‘Financial Healthcheck’.

Protecting the financial wellbeing of employees during the pandemic and beyond.

Protecting the financial wellbeing of employees during the pandemic and beyond.

11th February 2021

At times like these – when many households are surviving on a reduced income due to a reduction in salary or redundancy -– the need to protect employee financial wellbeing has never been more important.

As pension withdrawal rates increase, members need to be aware of the pitfalls of early pension access.

As pension withdrawal rates increase, members need to be aware of the pitfalls of early pension access.

9th February 2021

Latest figures from HMRC have revealed that 360,000 people withdrew from their defined contribution pensions throughout October, November and December 2020 which is a 10% increase on the same period last year.