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We’ll never agree on how to define financial wellbeing – that’s fine (actually it’s good)

Human beings have an innate desire to define things. But financial wellbeing is such a deeply personal endeavour that it’s not possible to agree on a universal definition. This is a good thing because it makes financial wellbeing inclusive by design. It means that it is applicable and relevant to everyone and it means everyone can define a future and make a plan to get there. And yet, there are certain things about financial wellbeing that we can, and should, all agree on which will make it easier for organisations and individuals to make progress in this space.

Article by: Sam Lathey is the CEO - Bippit   | Published: 8 September 2023

What are the signs and symptoms of excessive worry?

Onebright's Clinical Lead Faz Parkar provides insights into how best to support employees overwhelmed with financial stresses.

Article by: Faz Parkar, Clinical Lead - Onebright | Published: 3 September 2023

Demographics play key role in the stigma around money

New research reveals a striking link between demographic factors and how comfortable employees are sharing money worries at work. The lesson for employers is clear: if you want to reduce money stigma to improve financial wellbeing, you can’t ignore demographic factors in your engagement communications.

Article by: Sam Lathey, CEO - Bippit | Published: 18 August 2023

The umbrella v limited company debate: What contractors should consider

Zeeshan Anwar, head of compliance at Dolan Accountancy discusses the key factors contractors and freelancers should consider when making the decision between choosing an umbrella company or a limited company.

Article by: Zeeshan Anwar, Head of Compliance - Dolan Contractor Group | Published: 24 June 2023

Facing the fear of redundancies in the financial sector

Layoffs have already had a considerable impact on bankers, causing stress and anxiety over job security. Job cuts can have an immediate effect on wellness with the fear of being made redundant putting pressure on both mental health and productivity. Even when someone survives the cuts, the impacts lay at the back of their mind.

Article by: John Felgate - Head of Case Management - Addcounsel & Orchestrate Health | Published: 11 May 2023

Top tips for financial wellbeing support

The latest Financial Wellbeing Research (“the REBA research”)* reveals the need for employers to introduce their organisations to a range of financial wellbeing support that will help them to build the financial resilience of the workforce, as well as attract and retain top talent and manage organisational risk.

Article by: Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director - WEALTH at work | Published: 3 May 2023

National Minimum Wage and age bands explained

April is always a month of change. Every year, the national minimum wage and other statutory rates increase, so it should be an important month in any business owner’s calendar.

Article by: Rachael Knappier, Director of Service - Croner | Published: 28 April 2023

Revolutionizing Payment App Development

As the world becomes increasingly digital, payment apps have become an essential part of everyday life. But creating a successful payment app is no easy feat. It requires a deep understanding of natural language processing (NLP) and the ability to apply it in a way that makes transactions seamless and secure. That's where BNLP comes in.

Article by: Olga Kirpicheva - TechMagic | Published: 19 April 2023