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Building a business case for financial wellbeing
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Most major UK companies are committed to the wellbeing of their employees. They have developed strategies and benefits designed to contribute to productivity, retention and overall satisfaction at work. Alongside physical and mental, financial is a core pillar in a holistic wellbeing strategy, however financial wellbeing is often misunderstood.

In this guide we will dispel some of the myths that can hold employers back from viewing financial wellbeing as a priority. The five myths focus on common objections to financial wellbeing and other barriers to building an effective strategy.

Building a Case for Financial Wellbeing will give you the knowledge and tools to build a strong business case for a financial wellbeing strategy in your organisation. This will help you engage your senior leadership team and help shift financial wellbeing from a ‘nice to have’ to a ‘must have’.

In this guide you will learn:

  • The role of financial education in a financial wellbeing strategy

  • How employers can help the 40% of employees that have financial stress and improve the 25-34 days that are lost annually due to poor financial wellbeing

  • How financial wellbeing can complement your mental wellbeing strategy

  • The factors that influence the levels of financial wellbeing in your organisation

When developing your financial wellbeing strategy, it is important to ensure that senior leadership understands that this is not just a 'nice to have' but it is a 'must have', a potential differentiator as an employer and a powerful way to engage your workforce.

Download this guide to find out how you can make significant improvements to your employees lives and your bottom line.

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