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Auto-enrolment and why we need to talk about how we talk about pensions

‘Harsh jolt’, ‘affordability crisis’, ‘warning’ – no, I’m not talking about Brexit. Just around the corner is another rise in the minimum pension contributions people must make through auto-enrolment. These are just some of the terms which were used when the same happened last year This arose through genuine concern rather than scaremongering as there

SSE Launches Financial Education Programme for its People in Ireland

SSE, a leading energy company, has extended its Financial Education programme to include employees in Ireland, in conjunction with Nudge. The company, which is Ireland’s second largest energy utility and the leading developer and investor in cleaner energy infrastructure, employs around 1,000 people in the country. The extension of Financial Education for employees in Ireland

Webinar: Hidden Treasure ? How Your Annual Reward Cycle Can Deliver Company Strategy & Unlock Value

The What – Hidden Treasure ? How Your Annual Reward Cycle Can Deliver Company Strategy & Unlock Value As Q1 draws to a close, reward and HR professionals are emerging from a busy season of pay reviews, bonus rounds, flex windows and insurance renewals. We invite you to step into spring and join Caroline Jordan,

Siemens Case Study ? Help Your People Fall in Love with their Pension – Webinar featuring Nikki Roche, Reward Partner

The What – Help Your People Fall in Love with their Pension On Valentine’s day Nikki Roche, Reward Partner at Siemens and Jeremy Beament, Co-Founder of Nudge, shared the story of how Siemens used ‘nudge theory’ to help their people fall in love with pension saving. The Who – Nikki Roche, Reward Partner at Siemens and Jeremy Beament, Co-Founder of

How Does Nudge Better Engage Employees with Financial Education than Traditional Programmes? Overcoming the Ostrich Effect.

What’s Wrong with Traditional Financial Education Programmes? The Ostrich Effect. Providing Financial Education has become a key issue in the Rewards and Benefits world (Brown D, 2019). It’s seen as an antidote to the difficulties and pitfalls that consumers face every day in a battle with their money. However, while good intentions may lie at

Qué está impulsando el Bienestar Financiero en España

Escuchamos hablar, cada vez más frecuentemente, del bienestar financiero, tanto de los empleados de una empresa, cómo de los ciudadanos en general. Hace tiempo que las entidades financieras y las compañías en general tratan de impulsar la educación financiera, en busca de un mayor bienestar financiero de sus clientes y empleados. Los problemas relacionados con

Why is the Financial Wellbeing Market Poised to Grow in Spain?

The Financial Wellbeing Market in Spain – 6 Factors Driving It’s Growth In Spain, there’s a growing conversation about the topic of ‘financial wellbeing’. Both financial institutions (such as banks) and employers are seeking to use financial education, as a means of boosting the financial wellbeing of their customers or employees. But why is the Financial Wellbeing market in Spain

Nudge in Spain – New Partnership Announcement

Nudge, the UK’s fastest growing financial wellness provider, are delighted to announce a new partnership with Previgalia, to support Nudge’s global growth strategy. The Previgalia team have extensive experience in advising Spanish employers on the creation and delivery of market-leading employee benefit schemes so are supporting Nudge’s global expansion as official resellers of Nudge in

Three Launches Financial Wellness Strategy for its People

Three, a leader in communications, has launched a new financial wellness programme for their people, in conjunction with Nudge. The company which employs almost 4,600 people across its offices in Maidenhead, Glasgow and Reading and its 337 retail stores, already had an award-winning approach to wellness but added a new financial wellness element to enhance

Scottish Budget 2018 – What it Means for Your People

Whilst Westminster was in turmoil yesterday, in Holyrood, Scottish Finance Secretary Derek Mackay laid out his plans for tax and spending for the year ahead in his Scottish Budget 2018 speech. What does this mean for your people resident in Scotland? Income Tax  Scottish residents will be able to earn more at lower rates of