Helping Your Employees Be Better with Money

In the current climate, providing adequate levels of support to employees is essential in the workplace. In a recent study, 35% of employees stated they had a negative mental wellbeing position, and 25% of employees stated they would be looking for further support from their employer for their wellbeing in the coming months.

One area that many people find particularly stressful and can add to the need for support around mental wellbeing is financial education. Statistically, 86% with experience of mental health problems said that their financial situation had made their mental health problems worse.

We want to support all of our clients to ensure we provide a wide range of financial education and support, covering a wide range of topics from managing debt and credit score to buying your first home or retiring.

To deliver this, we have partnered with financial education specialists Better with Money. Our aim is always to provide the best possible service provision to our clients. Therefore, we look to create trusted partnerships with specialist providers to assist in the process. Sarah Steel and her team at Better With Money were a natural choice.

We always strive to provide the best possible services and believe that in such a vitally important area as financial education, partnering with an expert organisation will provide us with the perfect platform to move forward.

With employee wellbeing topping many agendas, financial wellbeing creates a huge part of this. We are excited to be able to offer engaging and empowering information via webinars and live sessions. We’ll be reaching out to provide more information on these services soon, but in the meantime, please contact us for further information.

Some of the main areas that our financial education covers are:

  • How to be better with money
  • Improving your credit score
  • Avoiding Identity Theft
  • Starting out right
  • Tackling Debt
  • Help for first time home buying
  • Protecting Your Family Financially

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Brunsdon Financial is not responsible for the content of third-party web sites. Source 1, source 2, source 3

Helping Your Employees Be Better with Money

In the current climate, providing adequate levels of support to employees is essential in the workplace. In a recent study, 35% of employees stated they had a negative mental wellbeing position, and 25% of employees stated they would be looking for further support from their employer for their wellbeing in the coming months.

One area that many people find particularly stressful and can add to the need for support around mental wellbeing is financial education. Statistically, 86% with experience of mental health problems said that their financial situation had made their mental health problems worse.

We want to support all of our clients to ensure we provide a wide range of financial education and support, covering a wide range of topics from managing debt and credit score to buying your first home or retiring.

To deliver this, we have partnered with financial education specialists Better with Money. Our aim is always to provide the best possible service provision to our clients. Therefore, we look to create trusted partnerships with specialist providers to assist in the process. Sarah Steel and her team at Better With Money were a natural choice.

We always strive to provide the best possible services and believe that in such a vitally important area as financial education, partnering with an expert organisation will provide us with the perfect platform to move forward.

With employee wellbeing topping many agendas, financial wellbeing creates a huge part of this. We are excited to be able to offer engaging and empowering information via webinars and live sessions. We’ll be reaching out to provide more information on these services soon, but in the meantime, please contact us for further information.

Some of the main areas that our financial education covers are:

  • How to be better with money
  • Improving your credit score
  • Avoiding Identity Theft
  • Starting out right
  • Tackling Debt
  • Help for first time home buying
  • Protecting Your Family Financially

Register your interest

Brunsdon Financial is not responsible for the content of third-party web sites. Source 1, source 2, source 3

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