How to ensure relevance and employee engagement during tough economic times
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It is time to rethink financial wellbeing in the workplace: moving from product-driven offerings common today to the employee-driven money strategies of tomorrow that embed into corporate culture and will support workforces through the cost of living crisis.
Drawing on REBA’s forthcoming Financial Wellbeing Research 2022 in partnership with WEALTH at work (to be published 18 October 2022), panellists will share how to make sure services and products, across reward, pensions, benefits, savings and loans, feel joined up and relevant to the employee, rather than standalone or viewed as just a tick in the box exercise.
In this webinar, our experts will discuss how to gain insights into the needs of different cohorts within a workforce, in order to implement the most relevant financial wellbeing offerings. Panellists will discuss how to align financial wellbeing strategies to HR strategies that link into workforce talent planning as well as employee engagement, retention, attraction and wellbeing.
Key areas to be explored
• How employers can put together a financial wellbeing strategy that tackles common money challenges and truly delivers value for both the organisation and its workforce.
• How to better understand personal financial needs across a workforce.
• The career, earnings and money challenges employees are facing.
• Where to start when developing a financial wellbeing strategy.
• Knitting together different financial services, products and reward into a joined-up offering.
• The risks and opportunities of embedding financial wellbeing into corporate cultures and HR strategies
REBA webinars are complimentary for everyone working within rewards and benefits, HR, and wellbeing.
Thanks to strategic partner WEALTH at work for supporting this REBA webinar.
Director, Pensions & Benefits, Total Reward UK & Europe , Atkins (member of the SNC-Lavalin group)
Director, Pensions & Benefits, Total Reward UK & Europe, Atkins (member of the SNC-Lavalin group)
Stella has 35 years’ experience in UK pensions and slightly shorter in benefits, employee wellbeing, payroll and share plans and is a Chartered Governance associate. During her career she has worked for the BOC Group (now Linde), Centrica, DP World, TT electronics and now with SNC-Lavalin in a variety of pensions, benefits and project roles.
As Chair of the UK&E Health and Wellbeing Committee at Atkins, the team have been delighted to see the recognition of various wellbeing initiatives that support the workforce. Stella is an active supporter in her spare time of Christians against Poverty and has a keen interest in financial wellbeing.
Senior Reward Manager (International Benefits),
Paul has 30 years’ experience in UK pensions, previously working at Mercer and Buck as an actuary giving advice to trustees and clients. More recently, he has moved in-house as Visa Europe’s pensions manager looking after the company’s pension schemes in the UK and across mainland Europe.
His role has developed over time to include wider financial wellbeing strategy and initiatives, and he drives the analysis of employee data for better decision making on the benefits offered to Visa employees.
Director, WEALTH at work
Jonathan is one of the original founders of WEALTH at work - a leading financial wellbeing and retirement specialist. He has spent many years working with companies to help their employees improve their financial future through the provision of financial education, guidance and regulated financial advice.
In recent years this service has extended to the Trustee market, supporting pension schemes to help their members understand their financial situation, particularly with regards to pensions and how to optimise income in retirement.
Jonathan is also a recognised commentator on a range of financial matters from how to help employees make the most of their pay and benefits, or the best ways to support them plan for their retirement by understanding the risks and complex decisions to be made.
Current live roles:
📌 Total Rewards Manager EMEA and APAC
Perm Salary - £80k to £90k + Benefits
📌 Total Rewards Manager EMEA and APAC
FTC salary (pro rata’d) - £50k to 70k depending on experience
Both are fully remote working