25 February 2019

Webinar: Financial Wellbeing at Work

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Help your employees get financially fit this year with our free webinar.

45% of UK employees feel that financial pressures directly affect their performance at work, yet only 50% say they work for an organisation that cares about their financial health. With increasing financial pressures, and the average UK household debt up 16% from last year, it’s never been a better time for organisations to focus on the financial wellbeing of their employees.

Join us for a free webinar in which we will explore how financial wellbeing can be used to power up your employee engagement strategy.

When: Tuesday 5th March

Time: 12-1pm 

Register here.

In this webinar Synergy Creative’s behavioural science expert, Chloe Foy will share:

  • How to build the business case for financial wellbeing
  • Using insights from behavioural science to create a ‘financially fit’ employee culture
  • How to get started with your wellbeing strategy
  • Examples of organisations who are getting it right

 

We’ll also hear from Dr Martin Higginson, PhD, MSc, BA(Hons). Martin has been teaching and writing about personal finance and economics for over 20 years. As well as being a personal finance coach, and personal finance educator, he is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at the Open University. Martin has written Personal Finance and Economics textbooks and has extensive experience in teach young people and adults from a variety of backgrounds in an accessible and enjoyable way. He sees personal financial education as a passion to help people better understand and overcome their barriers to achieving financial wellbeing. This can be bother in terms of forming positive attitudes to money as well as the nuts and bolts of good financial planning.

If you’d like to attend, head to the registration page and sign up.

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