Salary Finance

How to implement a financial wellbeing programme: Six practical steps

Webinar | Wednesday, 12th February 2020 11:00am GMT | HR Grapevine & Salary Finance

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Financial wellbeing is complex. Providing a support system to help employees navigate their money journey can appear to be impossible or overwhelming.

But it doesn’t need to be.

There is a critical and unique role that every employer can play to help employees get out of unhealthy personal financial situations and also help those who already enjoy good financial wellbeing to further improve their position.

Who should attend?

The session is ideal for anyone who is considering introducing financial wellbeing in their organisation, or for those looking to improve their existing financial wellbeing strategy.

What we will cover:

In this session, we will cover the six practical steps you can take to implement a financial wellbeing programme.

You will leave the session with the knowledge and confidence to get going on developing a programme that will work for your organisation:

  1. Build a robust business case - talk in the language of your C-Suite and Board

  2. Know your workforce - determine which financial wellbeing solutions will have the greatest impact

  3. Enable culture change - remove taboos around money

  4. Focus on progress not perfection - help employees with the greatest needs first

  5. Communicate, communicate, communicate- deliver engagement and long-term value

  6. Measure the impact - show the improvement in the wellbeing of your employees and the cost to the business

Dhiren Master

Dhiren Master, Global Insights Director Salary Finance

Dhiren is an award-winning Marketing & Insights Director with over 20 years’ experience working for a variety of different sectors across the globe. Previous roles include Head of Global Strategy for BG Group and Marketing Director for Kwik-Fit. Dhiren is particularly interested in market research and the important role it can play in understanding human behaviour. His award-winning research can be found in Salary Finance’s Employer’s Guide to Financial Wellbeing. Dhiren holds an undergraduate degree in Engineering from The University of Cambridge and an MBA from INSEAD.

About Salary Finance

Salary Finance offer financial wellbeing benefits that help improve employee retention and productivity. By helping employees manage debt, build a savings habit and access earned pay, we offer an impactful benefit that helps your people live healthier, happier financial lives.

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