To help your employees through these difficult times
Many organisations, over the last month have focussed on managing the immediate business impacts of the coronavirus restrictions.
For many this has rightly focussed on managing, supporting and protecting the physical, mental and increasing social health and connectivity for their employees as their first priority.
But we are now seeing those new or additional support initiatives moving into supporting employees with their immediate financial management and wellbeing.
Looking forward, as the workplace continues to be impacted, we want to be able to give you a single factual and concise reference point on all relevant Financial Wellbeing impacts and developments.
As the realities and impacts of the coronavirus pandemic are now firmly establishing themselves in our daily business and personal lives, we want to provide practical ways to support your people to maintain their financial wellbeing as best they can in what will be challenging times for many.
We will regularly update the Employer Financial Wellbeing Resource site on current and emerging practices and both external factors such as changing Government and financial institution support and assistance measures that might impact or be of benefit to your employees.
We will also update on what we are seeing other organisations implementing as the position develops, and new solutions and services coming to the market.
You can check that site out for yourself now by clicking the link. If you complete the form below we will provide a simple launch email for you to send the link to your employees.
The Financial Wellbeing Employee Toolkit, content will be updated and added to as we go forward and will include:
This means you will be able to provide your employees access 24/7 to useful Financial Wellbeing material through their work or personal devices – when they need it, and encourage them to make time to focus on taking the simple and helpful measures to better manage their finances.
If you want to receive notifications when new items are added to either site, would like to discuss Financial Wellbeing with us further or provide feedback, then please complete and submit the contact form below.
This site and the materials made available on it are intended for general information only. They do not contain investment, financial, legal, tax or any other advice and should not be relied upon for this purpose. The materials are not tailored to your particular personal and/or financial position. If you require advice based on your specific circumstances, you should contact a professional adviser.
Please provide your details below, and we will register you for update notifications, or arrange for you to be contacted if you wish to more specifically discuss Financial Wellbeing for your organisation.