Why flexibility is key to meet shifting employee needs
Employers are increasingly turning to financial wellbeing strategies and offerings to make pay go further, attract and retain talent as well as support employees with their money ambitions and concerns. To achieve these objectives, careful consideration needs to be given to the evolving needs of both the employer and employee.
This webinar will explore the major shifting personal finance, workplace and socio-economic trends that are playing into the workplace. From the impact of the housing market, increasing pensions decumulation among older employees through to the impact of hybrid working and responsible investing, change is leading to an evolution in financial wellbeing strategies.
The panel will discuss the details of rising trends, how different demographics (from age and location to earning levels) need different responses, through to practical examples of actions employers can take.
Key issues to be explored:
• Evolving employee financial needs that are reshaping financial wellbeing offerings
• Workplace and socio-economic trends that employers need to consider
• How to evolve a financial wellbeing strategy to keep aligned to HR objectives
• Pensions in a DC world – what to watch out for
• Practical ideas and the actions employers can take
Thanks to strategic partner Close Brothers for supporting this REBA webinar
Head of Reward, Browne Jacobson
Adam is the Head of Reward at Browne Jacobson. He and his team are responsible for attracting, retaining and motivating people who are committed to tackling society's biggest issues.
Browne Jacobson has been the UK's #1 ranked employer for social mobility for the past two years, having been the first law firm to ever top the rankings.
Head of Financial Education,
Jeanette heads up the workplace financial wellbeing team at Close Brothers. She has spent her whole career working with UK businesses; first with Arthur Andersen and Ernst & Young, for the last 20+ years she has focussed on providing financial education, guidance and advice programmes to some of the UK’s best known employers.
Jeanette is passionate about supporting organisations to make a real difference to their employee’s financial health. She knows that successful programmes need to reach everyone, address all workplace benefits and all personal finance issues, and to inspire employees to translate that education and guidance into action. The priority for Close Brothers is to take their 50+ years’ experience to tailor successful programmes to each organisation, to support them in driving measurable, positive change for both their business and their individual employees.
Head of Performance & Reward, ABB
During his 20+ year career Tobias has specialised in global performance and reward management, international HR strategy and global mobility. Setting the global strategy; leading large teams spread across multiple countries; managing global performance and reward programmes; structuring global remuneration and executive compensation; overseeing international mobility programmes. Working across sectors including, finance, oil & gas and engineering.
He is a proud member of the REBA Advisory Board.
ABB is a technology company in electrification and automation employing around 100,000 people.
Wed 22 March | 10-11am