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23 Mar 2023

Webinar recording: Evolving financial wellbeing

This webinar, run with our strategic partners Close Brothers, considers how money trends are changing strategies and 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.

This webinar explores 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 discuss 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.

Together they explored: evolving employee financial needs that are reshaping financial wellbeing; workplace and socio-economic trends that employers need to consider; how to evolve a financial wellbeing strategy to keep aligned to HR objectives; and they offer practical ideas and actions employers can take.

Chaired by REBA’s director Debi O’Donovan, the panel included:

  • Adam Fox-Everitt, head of reward at Browne Jacobson
  • Jeanette Makings, head of financial education at Close Brothers
  • Tobias Simons, head of performance & reward at ABB.

REBA webinars are complimentary for everyone working within rewards and benefits, HR, and wellbeing. Thanks to strategic partner Close Brothers for supporting this REBA webinar.

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In partnership with Close Brothers

Close Brothers has been providing financial education services to employees of some of the UK's best known organisations for over 50 years.

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