REBA technical training series: Guide to getting started with financial wellness
Click on the yellow button (above) to download your guide to getting started with financial wellness, compiled by REBA in association with Close Brothers.
Employees who are struggling with money worries cannot perform at their best. Creating a financial wellness strategy not only helps to support staff, it can also improve workplace productivity as a result.
In this technical guide, we explain how to get started with financial wellness. It's intended for employers who do not have a financial wellness strategy in place at present, and those who have taken some first steps but would like to know more about best practice.
- What is financial wellness?
- Why it matters at work
- What should be included in a strategy?
- Best practice guidelines
- Measuring success
Head of Financial Education
In this technical guide, we explain how to get started with financial wellness.
- Sponsor’s introduction page 3
- Why offer a financial wellness programme? Page 4
- Building a financial wellness strategy page 5
- What does best practice look like? Page 6
- Getting it right for your employees page 7
- Measuring success page 9
- Planning for the future page 10
- Quiz page 11
- Who we are page 12
About the author
Sara Benwell is a freelance financial journalist.
She writes for a variety of consumer and trade publications including the Mirror, Best, Pensions Age and Reward. Before going freelance, she was consumer editor of Good Housekeeping, and has also been digital editor of Pensions Insight.
About the editor
Maggie Williams is a freelance writer, editor and presenter specialising in employee benefits and pensions.
Before working freelance, Maggie was launch editor and publisher of employee benefits magazine Reward, as well as publisher and editor of specialist pensions magazines Engaged Investor and Pensions Insight.