Financial Wellbeing

Support your employees via our financial wellbeing hub

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Employees with financial problems are:

5x

more likely to experience troubled working relationships

6x

more likely to produce poor quality work

7x

more likely not to finish daily tasks

Source: Financial Inclusion Alliance January 2020

5x

more likely to experience troubled working relationships

6x

more likely to produce poor quality work

7x

more likely not to finish daily tasks

Financial stress is intrinsically linked to overall wellbeing, yet it remains the most neglected area1. Poor financial wellbeing effects employee health and has a direct impact on employee performance and productivity. Against the backdrop of the cost-of-living crisis, financial education has never been so important. It is essential in helping employees understand what advice and support is available and where to access it. Partners& - in conjunction with our ecosystem financial-advice partners Integrity365 – have produced a range of financial wellbeing tools. These services will aim to equip employees with tangible and useful discount options on everyday spending, as well as providing the basic knowledge and understanding to enable sensible and pragmatic financial decisions. We have also produced a pulse survey that will help employers gain an understanding of how their workforce feel about their own financial wellbeing.

Find out more about our financial wellbeing tools

1https://www.cipd.co.uk/Images/health-wellbeing-work-report-2022_tcm18-108440.pdf

Video

Steve Herbert – Wellbeing & Benefits Director talks more about the cost of living crisis and the tools available from Partners&

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