The Importance of Wealthcare at Work
Wednesday, 8th May 2024
12:00pm - 1:00pm BST

As the focus on overall employee wellbeing has grown following the pandemic, the recent cost of living crisis has had a huge impact on people's finances.

But at a time when everyone's budgets are stretched, how can employers help their teams' financial wellbeing beyond pay?

Join Wealth Wizards specialists and expert psychologist from Behaviour Consulting Paul Davies to discuss:

  • The need for organisations to support their employees’ financial wellbeing

  • The impact that financial issues can have on employee wellbeing and performance at work

  • How best to provide your people with the right tools and resources to help not only their finances but also their money confidence and overall wellbeing

Lynn Smith
Lynn Smith
Chief People Officer
Wealth Wizards
Mark Kiddell
Mark Kiddell
Chief Client Officer
Wealth Wizards
Paul Davies
Paul Davies
Behavioural Psychologist
Behaviour Consulting
This session is available on demand.
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About MyEva

With the cost of living crisis, there’s never been a better time to help your people improve their finances. MyEva is a digital financial expert for all employees, whatever their salary level. MyEva initially takes employees through an automated, easy-to-complete financial health check, asking non-intrusive questions that help to build an overview of their current financial wellbeing.

Once complete, employees are presented with a health check score and a personalised dashboard highlighting areas of strength, as well as opportunities for improvement. Employees are then directed to financial topics relevant to them, with bite-sized tasks to complete, helping them to get more from their finances, such as increasing savings, reducing debt and saving for retirement.