About this webinar:
1. Why should employers consider setting up a financial wellbeing programme for their staff?
2. What are the different interventions that can be offered in such programmes? Managing debt, budgeting, retirement education etc?
3. How do you decide what should be included in a financial wellbeing programme? Should you identify just a couple of issues to focus on or provide an all-encompassing programme? To what extent should you set up focus groups / conduct research to understand what staff need?
4. How can you implement a good programme? Is a digital or a face-to-face offering more effective?
5. How do you measure the effectiveness of these strategies?
Editor-in-chief, Professional PensionsView presenter info
Jonathan is editor-in-chief of Professional Pensions and has been reporting on UK occupational pensions since 2001.
He was named IA Pensions Journalist of the Year in 2015, SPP Journalist of the Year in 2014 and 2011 and is holder of the PMI's Retirement Provision Certificate.
Director, Wealth at WorkView presenter info
Jonathan Watts-Lay is a Director of WEALTH at work, a specialist provider of financial education and guidance in the workplace supported by regulated advice for individuals - working with a number of the UK’s leading companies and pension schemes to help their employees and members understand their financial situation, particularly with regards to pensions and how to optimise income in retirement. Jonathan is also a recognised commentator on financial matters, particularly with regard to pensions and retirement and is often quoted in the national and trade press and frequently speaks at roundtable and workshop events.
Senior Consultant, LCPView presenter info
Heidi is a senior Consultant in LCP’s Financial Wellbeing team. She has worked in the pension and employee benefits industry for more than 25 years, and more than 7 of those have focused more heavily on employee wellbeing. She is hugely passionate about how financial concerns can affect every one of us at some point in our lives and there’s no shame in that – we need to embrace those challenges, talk about them, and face them head on. Sharing experiences really can help others who may need support.
She helps clients understand their workforce and the challenges they may be facing, supporting them in providing a valued, engaging, and well-communicated benefits package. She believes that employee benefits provide a fantastic way for employees to access products and services that support a financially healthy employee that they otherwise may not be able to. Cutting out the jargon and building knowledge will help employees to make smart, well-informed decisions about their money.