Financial wellbeing is a topic that has grown in importance, particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic. This webinar will give attendees an overview of what an employee financial wellbeing plan might look like for their organisation. It will also give attendees some insights into how to approach financial wellbeing from a personal perspective, under the guidance of one of Bank of Ireland's expert financial coaches.
- Introduction (Sophie Moran, KeepWell Programme Manager)
- Presentation on Financial Wellbeing (Linda Ryan, Financial Wellbeing Coach)
- Questions & Answers
About Bank of Ireland Financial Wellbeing
Financial Wellbeing is about what you do with your pot of money, not the size of it. It’s about making sure that you can cover day-to-day expenses, plan for the future and cope with the unexpected, enabling you to do the most with what you have.
Bank of Ireland launched their Financial Wellbeing programme in March 2019 to support consumer capability and confidence when it comes to their personal finances.
Similar to the impact of the global financial crisis in 2008,customers attitudes to finances are continuing to shift on the back of Covid-19.
In June, just as we emerged from the first set of restrictions, The Bank of Ireland and Red C conducted research in relation to what people were most worried about. Contracting Covid 19, health and the economy were the top three answers. Their personal Financial Wellbeing was number 4! Ahead of employment, mental health, Brexit etc. For Bank of Ireland, supporting consumers to better manage and help improve their Financial Wellbeing is more critical now than ever.
The overall wellbeing of employees has also become an even greater priority for employers over the last number of months. Many employee wellbeing programmes focus on physical and mental health. However, the effects of poor financial health can have a bearing on both of these areas of their life.
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