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The building blocks of an effective financial wellbeing strategy 

A big part of the solution is helping employees become more familiar with the basics of money management. Getting them to think about how they spend money on everyday items such as utility bills and insurance is essential.

Article by: Jonathan Watts-Lay | Published: 10 January 2019

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Financial problems at work – the hidden epidemic

The impact of financial problems on workplace wellness is a “hidden epidemic” with serious risks for employers from lost productivity and relationships with customers, MetLife’s Rethinking Employee Financial Wellbeing Symposium was told. Contributor Adrian Matthews, Employee Benefits Director -  MetLife UK.

Article by: Adrian Matthews | Published: 26 November 2018

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EU – Ageing population and the challenge for Multinationals

Data from the World Bank shows that the number of people who are retirement eligible will increase significantly over the next 30 years. Specifically the number of people in the EU over the age of 65 will increase from 98 million in 2015 to 150 million in 2050.

Article by: Mark Sullivan | Published: 22 August 2018

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Working in the bank branch of the future

Despite regular news about closures, the death of the bank branch is rather exaggerated. Even with cuts, major high street banks expect to retain nationwide branch networks, and many are investing in new branches. Challenger banks like Metro Bank are even opening more branches.

Article by: Mark Aldred | Published: 26 July 2018

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Why your employees’ financial wellbeing matters

For years, employers have not really had to think about providing support to their employees around financial and mental well-being. This of course could be a legacy culture from when individuals worked for their employer and in return employers offered what they needed: a salary plus some health benefits and a final salary pension once they left.

Article by: Banafsheh Ghafoori | Published: 8 July 2018

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Why your employees’ financial wellbeing matters

For years, employers have not really had to think about providing support to their employees around financial and mental well-being. This of course could be a legacy culture from when individuals worked for their employer and in return employers offered what they needed: a salary plus some health benefits and a final salary pension once they left.  

Article by: Banafsheh Ghafoori | Published: 29 June 2018

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Financial education is a must to cultivate saving culture

A leading provider of financial education, guidance and advice in the workplace, comments; “Learning how to manage money is an important life skill and getting the balance right between spending and saving is fundamental. However, many employees struggle to understand various financial issues that may relate to them and require help and support in order to feel secure when it comes to their finances.

Article by: Jonathan Watts-Lay | Published: 17 December 2017

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Intelligent automation investments will drive significant change

KPMG’s survey of nearly 900 leading global HR executives found that leaders view today’s disruption as an opportunity to transform their business models and drive growth. Specifically, 65 percent say they view technology disruption as an opportunity, and 68 percent say they have taken steps to challenge themselves in the past year. The caveat in all this is that while most HR initiatives are said to be meeting expectations, more than half (59 percent) of organizations say they still lack a business case or appropriate metrics to measure results and return on investment.

Article by: KPMG | Published: 8 November 2017

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HR and coping with expanding financial regulation

Identifying a firm's senior managers and publicising their status may be a fraught exercise: while focus needs to be given to the new senior managers, it should not be forgotten that some senior individuals may be unhappy about not being made senior managers - leading to a different set of problems.

Article by: Mark Hamilton | Published: 28 October 2017