We live and work in a rapidly changing world which requires organisations to rethink their sense of purpose. Do you know how your employees are coping? Laura Matthews explores the challenges and how to identify, understand and tackle employees coasting through careers.
Every year we look at behaviours and attitudes to current and future financial health among the UK working population using our Generation WHY? survey. In our most recent survey, we spoke to more people than ever before with 3,000 giving us their views.
Communications will end up unread in the bin unless they remember what they’re for and provide relevant information targeted to the intended audience, explains Damian Stancombe.
Mark Futcher and Jonathan Watts-Lay, director at Wealth at Work offer their own compelling insights into the changing face of the retirement landscape in this interview with PMI TV.
In the third and final blog in his series, Damian Stancombe follows the employee journey through to its conclusion, focussing on the 50+ age group – the Golden Years - as David Bowie famously sang about.
In the second of his blogs looking at the employee savings journey, Damian Stancombe picks up with the 30-49 age band and considers what financial priorities the middles ages are focussing on, and whether this period is in fact, more akin to the dark ages.
Damian Stancombe brushes up on the riddle of the Sphinx, looks at the new 'kid on the block' the Lifetime ISA and ponders why he feels he is falling out of love with pensions.
At the heart of any effective wellbeing strategy is a comprehensive understanding of your workforce.
When it comes to making significant decisions about your workplace benefits, it’s important to know what’s on offer and what’s relevant to you at any one point in your life - I liken it to shoe shopping online.
It’s fair to say that 2014 saw the beginnings of a world of new thinking around the separate issues of debt, savings and pensions. The landscape was changing rapidly from one where these were very much ‘separate silos’, to the idea of a holistic whole.