Top 5 myths about financial planning in the workplace

Top 5 myths about financial planning in the workplace

Financial well-being is an increasingly important topic for HR teams who want to help their employees improve their lives outside of the office. However, not all attempts at improving financial well-being are created equal!

Here at Hatch we believe strongly that financial planning is the very best way to help employees engage with their finances and make the most of their money. So, today we're going to tackle the 5 biggest misconceptions we hear from HR managers who aren't sure about introducing financial planning in their workplace.

The glue to make your Financial Well-being benefits stick

The glue to make your Financial Well-being benefits stick

While employers are increasingly aware of the importance and value of helping their employees improve their financial well-being, it's another challenge to actually get employees engaging with the benefits on offer!

From workplace pensions to savings schemes - there are a lot of initiatives being rolled out, and yet we keep hearing from employers who are struggling to get employees to take advantage of them!

So what’s the Super Glue that will make financial well-being stick?