January traditionally sees a surge of interest in health and fitness after the excess of the festive season. Brands are tapping into this with initiatives like Veganuary and Dry January that encourage making healthier choices.
Posted on: 20 January 2021
Whilst some employers may have thought of financial wellbeing as an optional extra, they are now waking up to the importance of providing these services for their employees.
Posted on: 07 January 2021
The typical UK household spends an extra £800 in December, mainly on food, alcohol and presents. That’s a lot of extra costs to absorb from December’s pay packet, so many end up paying well into the new year.
Posted on: 09 December 2020
We’ve previously talked about how COVID-19 has changed expectations around employee wellbeing. Employees are increasingly more reliant on their employer to protect their health and wellbeing by providing a safe working environment, as well as benefits which support a healthy lifestyle. In turn, employers have moved from seeing employees’ health as a purely private matter to an asset worth investing in.
Posted on: 25 November 2020
In recent years November has seen a focus on men and mental health, with charity campaigns like Movember, and the Mental Health Foundation hosting a men’s mental health month.
Posted on: 11 November 2020
Yesterday we hosted a very timely webinar, covering why and how employers should be supporting their staff with financial wellbeing. We’ve summarised key discussion points below for those who couldn’t attend on the day.
Posted on: 04 November 2020
The conversation on employee wellbeing has shifted from a ‘nice-to-have’ model to become an essential part of any employee offer.
Posted on: 14 October 2020