How to Create Inclusive Financial Wellbeing Programs Employees Trust
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53% of people globally agree access to wealth is unfair and 45% feel anxious about their financial situation. In large, this is due to the fact that the personal finance ecosystem does not work equally for all. The advice gap, the poverty premium, and more are all examples of this inequity, showing that the personal finance ecosystem needs to change to work for everyone – for it to be inclusive, not exclusive. There is good news: brokers and employers are uniquely placed to solve this problem. They can put in place workplace financial wellbeing offerings – not just by providing financial benefits that cater to all employees, but also ensuring each employee has the skills and knowledge to maximize this support and take control of their finances.
Join this complimentary webcast to learn how to apply new thinking and actions to create a truly inclusive financial wellbeing program. You’ll learn:
About global data insights and trends that will help you gain a better understanding of the global workforce
In what ways the financial system is in the wider world exclusive, and what this means for workplace financial wellbeing
How to reduce financial misinformation and offer impartial education that people can trust
How organizations can create brighter financial futures for everyone through the use of behavioral technology to meet their needs
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|Jeremy Beament, Co-founder, nudge
With over 18 years’ experience in HR and reward, Jeremy Beament has been at the forefront of innovation in the industry.
Prior to nudge, Jeremy was part of the team at Thomsons Online Benefits (now Darwin), the global benefits platform that brought employee benefits online. In his time at Thomsons, Jeremy worked with HR and reward leaders from the world’s leading companies to shape market-leading employee benefit strategies.
Jeremy, alongside nudge co-founder Tim Perkins, recognized that people have an unprecedented level of responsibility for their money, but are lacking confidence and knowledge. People are crying out for help and that’s where the idea for nudge was born – a market-leading, global financial wellbeing platform filling the void in financial education.