MetLife UK is hosting an employee financial wellbeing symposium, which aims to highlight the need for new approaches from employers to help staff boost financial resilience.
The Rethinking Employee Financial Wellbeing Symposium, aimed at employee benefit consultants, is being held at the Association of British Insurers on 20 November.
Key speakers at the symposium, hosted by Adrian Matthews (pictured), MetLife’s employee benefits director, include Dr Charlotte Duke, head of specialist consultancy London Economics’ behavioural economics team, and Dr Heather Kappes from the London School of Economics.
“Addressing financial wellbeing and resilience can bring major rewards for employers as employees that feel in control of their finances are significantly more engaged at work,” Matthews said. “The symposium will outline the strengths of current practices and provide practical solutions that businesses can use to help their staff and drive high-performing teams at work.”