To tackle employee money concerns and support their financial stability, Punter Southall Aspire is urging companies to prioritise financial wellbeing during Talk Money Week (6-10 Nov).

The theme for this year’s campaign is ‘Do one thing,’ and Steve Butler, CEO of Punter Southall Aspire, is advocating for action.

Talk Money Week, organised by the Money and Pensions Service, highlights that nearly 8 in 10 UK employees bring their money worries into the workplace, impacting their performance.

With 4 in 10 UK adults not feeling confident managing their money, 11.5 million having less than £100 in savings and nearly nine million in serious debt[i] – financial wellbeing and education has never been more important.

To boost financial wellbeing, Punter Southall Aspire has developed a box set of webinars on key areas to support employees at any stage of their life and career.

Steve Butler, CEO of Punter Southall Aspire, said, “During a cost-of-living crisis, investing in financial wellbeing is really important. Offering education and tools to empower people to manage their finances can bring immediate benefits by significantly improving employees’ day-to-day financial circumstances.

“In the spirit of doing ‘just one thing’, employers can offer our financial wellbeing webinars to their staff to help them take action. Taking this single step can make a profound difference in people’s lives and presents an opportunity for employers to demonstrate their care and commitment.”

During ‘Talk Money Week’ Punter Southall Aspire is offering their most popular webinar, Money Matters at a reduced price of £650 +VAT. To sign up, click here.

 

[i] https://www.fincap.org.uk/en/articles/key-statistics-on-uk-financial-capability

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