Co-founder & Director
Head of Pensions and Benefits
Principal & Business Development Director
UK Compensation & Benefits Lead
Head of Reward UK & Ireland
How employers are supporting the day-to-day financial wellbeing of workers during the coronavirus pandemic
- How the concept of financial wellbeing has changed since the start of the coronavirus crisis: the role of pay as well as benefits and services.
- What services, benefits and tactics are employers offering to working and furloughed employees?
- Are workplace loans such as for hardship or to support homeworking a good or bad idea? Is there another way?
- Identifying your most financially vulnerable employees, and ensuring you do not discriminate against particular groups such as women, the disabled or younger staff.
- Can you support staff on furlough?
- Can you help Zero Hours employees, contractors and gig workers in your organisation with their financial wellbeing?
- How to communicate financial wellbeing to staff out on the front line or working from home
- Is there an opportunity to encourage savings in share schemes, ISAs, pensions among staff spending less than usual during lockdown?
The speaker panel who will share their perspectives and answer viewer questions as best they can are:
- Chair - Debi O'Donovan Founder and Director of REBA
- Mark Chadwick, Head of Pensions and Benefits at RBS
- Caroline Howes, Principal & Business Development Director at Mercer
- Andrew West, Head of Reward UK & Ireland at BOC UK & Ireland
- Tim Robertson, UK Compensation & Benefits Leader at Microsoft
This webinar is brought to you with strategic partner, Mercer.