Workplace savings in a post pandemic world

There’s no doubt that Covid-19 has made us all more aware of just how vulnerable we are without any kind of financial buffer. The impacts of recent events will be far reaching, and many of us now also recognise the importance of saving, not only for short to mid-term priorities, but also having a pension and putting money aside for the long-term. So what does this mean for financial wellbeing in the workplace, and what you should be offering your employees now?

Workplace savings in a post pandemic world

Our latest research, conducted during lockdown, found that 71% of employees are looking for their employer to set-up a workplace savings scheme in addition to the pension scheme. And encouragingly 93% of employers agree that this is something the employer should be doing.

On Tuesday 17November, we’ll be holding an online event to share more of the findings from our research on financial resilience. We’ll be providing some interesting insights into how people feel about their own financial wellbeing and look at how employers can better support the varying and changing financial needs of their workforce through this pandemic and beyond.

Join fintech founder Tobin Murphy-Coles and Cushon’s Head of Proposition, Steve Watson, on Tuesday 17 November, 11am. Register your place here.

This is a sponsored article provided by Cushon.

Associated Supplier

Read the next article

Sponsored By


Topic Categories

Related Articles

Sponsored Articles

Editor's Picks

How can a benefits strategy support employee mental health?

Join our community


Sign up for REBA Professional Membership and join our community

Professional Membership benefits include receiving the REBA regular email alert, gaining access to free research and free opportunities to attend specialist conferences.

Professional Membership is currently complimentary for qualifying reward and benefits practitioners. 

Join REBA today