Arden & GEM has teamed up with financial awareness experts, Eulogie to offer a series of free lunchtime webinars to support NHS employees, and their families, understand more about their financial health and wellbeing, in particular the impact of recent changes in circumstances due to COVID-19.
Arden & GEM’s Organisational Development (OD) Consultancy works with a range of healthcare clients, and their employees, to promote and maintain staff wellbeing. We have developed a virtual programme to support individuals to take care of their wellbeing, as people experience worry related to COVID-19, working from home and possible changes to their circumstances.
We believe staff should have an understanding of their finances throughout all stages of their working and non-working life. Our weekly wellbeing webinar series is designed to support health and care staff to deal with any short term changes in circumstances, as a consequence of the coronavirus epidemic, as well as think about their long term financial situation as national economic recovery begins.
The ‘Wellbeing Wednesday’ webinar series takes place at from 12pm to 1pm each week, with the following upcoming topics:
- Wednesday 3 June – Making the most of salary sacrifice and staff benefits - REGISTER
- Wednesday 10 June – How coaching techniques can help you with your finances - REGISTER
The webinars are hosted by Arden & GEM’s OD Consultancy, with speakers from Eulogie; financial awareness experts who work with NHS Employers as part of their Total Wealth Planning Chartered Financial Planning Team.
The first webinar in the series covered 'Staying financially healthy during COVID-19'. Many workers may have experienced changes to circumstances over the past few months. Some staff roles may have changed, some retired staff may have returned to work and some staff may be thinking about retiring earlier. Partners may be furloughed or there may have been a family bereavement. This session aimed to help attendees understand the impact of these changes on their financial wellbeing.
The second webinar covered 'Everything those aged 30+ need to know about pensions', the third in the series focused on 'Planning for ill health and death' with bereavement payments, estates, legacies, wills and power of attorney covered, while the fourth was specifically for high earners.
You can view any of the previous webinars in the series on our YouTube channel by clicking here.
If you would like more information about the webinar series, or to be added to the invitation list for future sessions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.