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The Secondsight wellbeing webinar
More people than ever are struggling with their finances and suffering with some form of financial worry or stress, especially during these unprecedented times.
We are hosting a live webinar and providing you with practical tips and solutions to help improve the mental and financial wellbeing of your employees, during the Covid-19 crisis, as well as ensuring you have a strategy for the future.
Full details of what's included within the webinar can be found in the flyer here.
When you register for the webinar, we are also giving away three free months access to our wellbeing portal for you to share with your employees. The portal has helpful information and guidance on a range of financial, mental and physical wellbeing topics, as well as the latest investment market update. Simply register using the link below to get your portal access link.
Book your place here.
Workplace Financial Wellbeing Group – Series of Webinars
The Workplace Financial Wellbeing LinkedIn Group is holding a series of financial wellbeing webinars.
Click the dates below to register your place on your chosen webinars.
5 top tips to take control of your finances:
This quick fire and simple to understand action producing tutorial, will provide the tools and motivation to help anybody take control of their finances now and for the future. The ideas are new to most people but are so simple, that anybody can benefit and create positive habits that will change their life forever.
The official definition of financial wellbeing:
How can you hit a target that you haven’t even set one? Just knowing clearly what good financial wellbeing looks like will help employers make better decisions going forward, design their financial wellbeing interventions more precisely and have a more positive impact on the lives of their employees.
How to strategically identify where the financial stress lies within your organisation:
When asked “where does the highest level of financial stress sit within your organisation?” most employers cannot answer the question. Their financial wellbeing strategy is then often left to guesswork, fails to gain momentum and lacks management buy in. This short tutorial will solve all of those problems and help employers to strategically pinpoint exactly where they need to focus their attention first.
Keep calm and carry on: An investment market update:
The recent market turbulence has been a worry for many investors and also employees with pension pots. To avoid any detrimental reactions, this tutorial is designed to provide comfort and clarity as to what people should or should not be doing right now, much of which is actually counter intuitive. Delivered by an investment expert but in a simple plain English style, this is a must for anybody with a pension pot or who wants to feel less anxious.
How to identify exactly what employees want with financial wellbeing:
Employees need help to truly appreciate and understand what areas of finance they want to improve, learn about or solve. This tutorial will help you find out exactly what they WANT, in the context of their own lives and families, so you know the optimum way to utilise any financial wellbeing budget and see a significant ROI.
How to avoid employers' biggest mistakes with financial wellbeing:
Financial wellbeing is new to most employers and there so many ‘having a go at it’ and making mistakes. Mistakes can worsen the financial wellbeing of a workforce, therefore to be fully aware of the most common mistakes, and how to avoid them, you will see a stronger ROI and improve the wellbeing of the workforce quicker and deeper.
How to create an effective workplace financial wellbeing strategy:
In this slightly longer tutorial, you will come away with tools and strategies to construct a financial wellbeing strategy for your specific unique workforce and ensure that you can make the biggest positive difference in the quickest time and at the most cost effective way. This tutorial is simply one not to be missed if you truly want to improve the financial wellbeing of your employees. If you do nothing else, jump on this one!
10 ways to create a budget for financial wellbeing:
Budgets in this area have always been tight, and recent events have made them tighter at a time when employees need as much support as possible. This tutorial will walk you through 10 great ideas that you can implement straight away to create budget for your financial wellbeing strategy, help build the business case and get you started on your employee financial wellbeing journey.
The foundations of financial wellbeing; A unique way to review your employee benefits:
For years, many employers have felt dissatisfied with the level of employee appreciation of their employee benefits. Now more than ever it is important to ensure that your financial wellbeing strategy sits upon the strong foundations of your financial employee benefits. This tutorial will show you how to review your financial employee benefits from a truly unique perspective. This is not a typical cost, governance, admin, unit price or performance review. It will surprise you and will give you an inside out perspective of the positive and negative impact of your employee benefits and the financial wellbeing of your employees. A must for all employee benefits professionals.
How to run an effective workplace financial education programme:
An effective workplace financial education programme must be a) promoted properly b) delivered in a way that employees enjoy the process c) it must be strategic and d) action producing, otherwise it is just a waste of time and effort. Taken from the book: ‘Make their money count’ the author Darren Laverty will share with you 5 years of experience and lessons having trialled financial education across some of the UKs most impressive employers. These experiences have been summarised in the book and also now within this tutorial. (Allow some extra time for the Q&A session at the end)
5 financial planning opportunities in a financial crisis:
A short morale boosting session that will help reduce financial stress, get out of debt faster, create more resilient employees and help them take control of their finances now and for the long term.
Communication and employee word of mouth have been key to its success to date. We truly believe that the financial education programme is an excellent investment - both in terms of time and money.
Rick Hewitt, Finance Director and Board member at Ricoh
Secondsight have really worked with us to understand our business and make recommendations not only for our benefits but also our wellbeing strategies and initiative.
Stu Chalmers, HR Manager UK & Ireland, Epson Europe BV
A* customer service and assistance. Nothing is too much trouble.
Jane Howard, Payroll and Rewards Officer, Yazaki Europe
Over the last three years, this team has been proactive and efficient, highly knowledgeable plus friendly and easy to deal with.
David Barry, HR Manager, Manufacturing Technology Centre