Financial wellbeing

Financial wellbeing

The missing piece of wellbeing strategies

We are pleased to publish the 2017 Financial well-being research: the employee view, in partnership with the CIPD, exploring the impact financial worries can have on wellness in the workplace.

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Building a case

for financial education

We recently partnered with the CIPD to produce the 2017 Employee financial wellbeing: why it’s important research, exploring how improvements to employee wellbeing can help improve productivity and retention.

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Financial wellbeing research

For both individuals and employers, the costs of poor financial wellbeing are all too quantifiable.  Yet for many organisations, financial security is a missing element of their wellbeing strategy.

Close Brothers are proud to partner with the CIPD, exploring financial wellbeing in the workplace from both employer and employee perspectives.  The findings are clear, with 25% of employees stating that financial concerns affect the ability to do their job and 19% reporting lost sleep due to worrying about money, there is clearly need for more guidance.

Providing staff with support so they are more in control of their finances aids overall wellbeing, helping reduce stress levels and creating a happier and more productive workforce.

Video: The impact of financial wellbeing in the workplace

Jeanette Makings, Head of Financial Education at Close Brothers, and Dr Lynda Shaw, a business psychologist, explore the link between financial concerns and wellbeing in the workplace in a collection of short videos.Watch the videos

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Share Radio: How money worries can affect your job

Jeanette Makings, Head of Financial Education, discusses the results of the research in more detail with Share Radio. Listen to a short recording of the interview here.

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