24% of your employees worry about money every day – a figure likely to rise as the cost-of-living crisis bites. Mental health and performance are suffering as you read this.
This is according to the latest State of Financial Wellbeing research from financial wellbeing platform Wagestream.
So what should HR be doing to support their employees with money right now?
This practical session will give you an understanding of exactly what your employees need when it comes to financial wellbeing in 2022. It’s based on our recent research covering 5000 UK employees and 600 senior HR professionals.
We will discuss:
How the cost-of-living crisis is negatively affecting UK employees right now
What types of financial support employees actually want in 2022
Where employers are currently going wrong when it comes to financial wellbeing strategy
Join Jamie Lawrence, Insights Director at Wagestream, Michael Royce, Senior Policy Manager at the Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) and Andy Latham, Wellbeing Manager, Next Group Plc on Thursday 31st March at 12PM BST and make sure you’re not ignoring the crisis of financial stress among your employees in 2022.
Wagestream is the financial wellbeing app that makes money less stressful for people in work. Offered through employers like Bupa, Halfords, Pizza Express, Co-op and the NHS, it gives people a set of fair financial services built around flexible access to pay throughout the month. Founded by a group of leading financial charities, our mission is driven by our social charter: everything we build must improve financial wellbeing. Over 70% of people using Wagestream feel more in control of their money - leading to a happier, healthier, more productive workforce.