Continuing to help you and your employees through these developing times
Over the rest of this year, we will be making further enhancements to the sites, and updating the Employer Resource site to help you navigate to the future information or support you need from Mercer:
We will also be introducing some new Financial Wellbeing tools and insights to help you develop or enhance your Financial Wellbeing strategy – to make it truly fit for 2021.
We would also encourage you to register for automatic notifications, by completing the form below – and we’ll automatically send an update when either site is updated.
In addition, if you would like to discuss with Mercer how to make your future Financial Wellbeing, wider Wellbeing or People strategy offering “Fit for 2021”, then please also complete and submit the contact form below.
We have been operating and updating our new Financial Wellbeing resources for nearly seven months, Please take two minutes to complete our brief Survey. It will let us know how useful the material is, so we can continue to improve these resources.
Please also let us know if there would be other content on the site you would find useful.
In the same way that the Covid-19 pandemic continues to test the financial health of many organisations, the financial wellbeing of individuals is being tested by the situation we are all finding ourselves in - and the associated uncertainty.
We are increasingly hearing more employers seriously start talking about financial wellbeing, and how it is no longer the optional extra of the Wellbeing family.
It is also very clear with hindsight that some financial wellbeing initiatives would have prepared employees better to deal with the financial challenges created by the Covid-19 pandemic. There is little doubt that increased financial challenges and stress over money worries will continue to be a reality for many employees, and their families, for some time to come.
Please check out our brief guide; Getting your People fit for 2021 here, or by clicking the tile below.
As new workplace practices continue to evolve - against a continued changing and disruptive framework in which we and our employees are dealing with the impacts, and learning and adapting to a changing normal, we want to be able to give you a concise reference point on all relevant Financial Wellbeing impacts and developments.
As we move into 2021, and the next chapter of the pandemic’s impacts, we want to continue to provide practical ways to support your people to maintain their financial wellbeing as best they can, in what will be continued 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 also will provide updates on organisational trends and new solutions and services coming to the market.
The Financial Wellbeing Employee Toolkit will continue to be updated (latest refresh and additions in November) to keep the information up-to-date and relevant. Please check it out if you have not accessed it recently.
This means that you will be able to consistently re-promote and provide your employees access 24/7 to useful Financial Wellbeing material – when they need it, and encourage them to make time to focus on taking some simple and helpful measures to improve their financial understanding and resiliency.
This will become even more important as we navigate through the next stage and challenges of the new dynamics and economic and Wellbeing impacts, as we move together into 2021.
Re-promote the site, new feedback Survey and new content to your employees
If you have launched the Employee Toolkit already, but wish to re-promote it to your employees to flag the new and updated content added, please click here to access a draft email we have provided for this purpose.
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.