Employers want staff who are fully committed, engaged and productive in their work (certainly during their working hours).
That’s totally understandable.
But that equilibrium can be undermined if employees have money worries and fears that affect their mindset and wellbeing.
Your workforce need to be happy and confident if they are to be committed and productive.
Working with financial experts who are totally independent from the organisation can help an employer provide a wellbeing service that truly puts the employee centre stage.
Such a programme allows for objective, calculated assistance for those employees, as they make important decisions that can have an impact today, tomorrow and in the years ahead.
Companies don’t have to struggle because their employees are currently buried in financial chaos. Organisations can help their workers clamber out of the rut they may unfortunately find themselves in.
Rather than assuming a worker’s financial situation is too hard to tackle – or not the problem of the company in the first place – an innovative financial wellbeing initiative can address the subject head on, with sympathy and understanding. And a whole lot of expertise!
Employers can therefore be confident in the knowledge that they are ‘doing the right thing’ for their staff – while employees can gain that sense of security and all important peace of mind that comes from good counsel, informative help and guidance, and flexible planning.
Every generation of worker – young or old, highly paid or not so well paid – can benefit from a wellbeing service that offers financial planning. Employers benefit too.
Meeting the needs of every individual in an organisation is a fundamental principle in Lifetime’s financial wellbeing offering. We passionately believe that we can help people achieve all the things they want, today, tomorrow, and for the rest of their lives.
Do you want to help your staff achieve financial freedom – and not have all that worry, fear and concern over their money while at work? Then get in touch and see if, together, we can make a difference.