Financial security offers people a certain confidence which enables them to plan for the future with more certainty. For you as an employer, getting involved in helping your employees achieve their goals can translate into greater productivity and a happier, more relaxed environment.
You may already be keen to help employees with their pension arrangements. Indeed, the introduction of new legislation in 2012 means such issues are now important to all employers, not just big corporations. However, when all you can give is information, employees can find it difficult to work out exactly which is the best solution for them.
Pensions are not your employees’ only concern. Buying a house, protecting their families and simply making sure that some of their savings are working as hard as they can are all of similar concern. However, given the time it takes to understand all the options available, many put off such decisions or fall into something which may not be right for them.
By offering a well-organised program of advice consultations, we can ensure your employees get the right advice, enabling them to make informed decisions about all aspects of their financial situation.
This could form part of an employee benefit program or be offered as an optional, endorsed service. Either way, it can help create both a financially confident workplace and also allow employees to take proper advantage of any retirement and investment benefits they have on offer from yourself.
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