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

Financial Wellbeing Article in The Times Features Nudge Research

Nudge appears in an article in the Times supplement today The article examines why the Financial Wellness market has exploded in recent years and how employers can take advantage of this and select the solution that is right for them and their people. It features our latest research, The Financial Wellness Playbook, and quotes our findings illustrating

Financial Wellness: What will Drive Demand in 2018?

Nudge Co-Founder Jeremy Beament Writes for HRZone Following the publication of The Financial Wellness Playbook 2018, Nudge Co-Founder, Jeremy Beament, was asked by HRZone to write a blog analysing the Financial Wellness trends that are driving the need for action from employers. As well as looking at how to build the business case for investment

Release of the new Financial Wellness Playbook 2018

The release of our latest Financial Wellness research, The Financial Wellness Playbook 2018 reveals 91.8% of HR and reward professionals believe that a Financial Wellness strategy is best delivered by an ongoing programme of Financial Education, combined with access to appropriate employee benefits. London, UK: Nine out of ten (91.8%) HR and reward professionals believe that

63% Expect Brexit to Drive Employee Demand for Financial Education

Nudge’s “Financial Education Yearbook 2016/17” reveals 63% of HR and Reward professionals believe that the impact of Brexit on the UK economy will drive employee demand for Financial Education. Employers foresee 15 different factors driving employee demand for Financial Education in the workplace in 2017, from helping employees save towards their goals (65.5%), to the

Webinar – Definitive Guide to Financial Education in 2017

Nudge KNOWHOW – Webinar launch of Financial Education Yearbook 2016/17 On 25th January we held the launch webinar of the Financial Education Yearbook 2016/17. Packed with insight from Reward and HR leaders responsible for more than 947,000 people, key learnings included: Why 2016 was a pivotal year for Financial Education What key legislative and market changes