Wed, 10 Jun 2020 11:00:00 GMTWed, 10 Jun 2020 11:45:00 GMT

At a time when wellbeing is such a hot topic of conversation and firms are increasingly concerned about what processes they have in place to tackle this issue, the focus has largely been on physical and mental wellbeing. Lack of finances, knowledge and time are the leading reasons why individuals are not planning for their financial futures.

Hear from Brewin Dolphin about how financial wellbeing education has an interesting and useful role to play.

Agenda

  • Considering financial wellbeing alongside mental and physical wellbeing as part of a comprehensive employee wellbeing strategy
  • Attitudes towards financial wellbeing amongst UK employees – looking at some facts and figures from Brewin’s own research as well as external surveys and research
  • The impact of financial stress on UK employees
  • What does this mean for businesses and employers
  • What can employers do to help employees in this space
  • How are Brewin Dolphin helping businesses and employers to provide financial wellbeing support to their staff?
  • Brief economic and market commentary

 

Register for this free webinar using Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/financial-wellbeing-for-your-staff-with-brewin-dolphin-tickets-107538482496

This webinar is open to NEAA Members and SCNE participants.

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