Catch up on our past webinars

Professional Services comes with its own unique set of challenges and opportunities.

Hear from industry experts about how they’re addressing the intertwined challenges of mental health, financial wellbeing, and social mobility.

How can HR engage the C-suite more effectively and what role can they play in improving employee financial health?

Hear from 2 CEOs and 1 CPO about how to cultivate a culture of financial wellness that starts at the top.

Whilst many employers recognise that their duties extend well beyond salary, their financial wellbeing strategies often fail to cater to the diverse needs within their teams. 

So how can employers offer tailored support which addresses age, stage-of-life and personal circumstance?

What if the assumption that accountants are inherently “good with money,” was doing more harm than good?

Hear from a panel of wellbeing, D&I and financial education experts from across the accounting sector.

Autumn is a uniquely challenging period for mental and financial stress amongst employees.

In this webinar, we’ll equip you with the insights, success stories and tools you need to plan ahead for this important period.

Women are still not only paid less than men, they’re also therefore retiring with pension pots a fraction the size.

Hear a group of C-suite leaders discuss how to enhance financial inclusion and gender pay and pension gaps.

Is the term ‘financial wellbeing’ doing more harm than good today?

Hear CEO insights on how to navigate this crowded market and find the solutions that will genuinely have an impact for your employees.

Money worries are regularly cited as the #1 cause of poor mental health among employees.

So, how can we help everyone have more open conversations about it?

91% of HR leaders told us they needed to do better to engage their workforce in financial wellbeing benefits.

If your teams aren’t engaging, what’s the point?

Learn how to make sure your workforce knows what’s on offer and feels inspired to take action.

Many people leaders want to do more to drive financial wellbeing, but meet internal resistance.

What can your learn from businesses that have overcome these challenges – by engaging leadership, measuring impact, creating advocates and more?

There’s a new wave of financial wellbeing that’s more personalised, measurable, and impactful.

But how do you engage leadership and wider business stakeholders to get buy-in?

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