What is worrying about so many Brits struggling for cash is that while Britain is almost at full employment, the quality of jobs on offer is dropping, says new report
Tags: Financial wellbeing
New research has found that almost half of UK employees are struggling to afford fuel prices in order to get to work, with some going to extreme lengths to save.
Whereas previous generations were able to move to big UK cities or regional hubs to develop their careers, the current millennial generation is enduring a slump in mobility caused by rising rents.
Homeownership remains an aspiration for many non-home owning workers. But high day-to-day living costs mean that half of non-homeowners don’t think that they’ll ever be able to afford to get on the property ladder, finds new research.
Employees are often living day by day, attempting to stay afloat on their salary alone with the rising cost of living and a bonus scheme does not always have much of an impact on that, says Ann Marie Bell.
New research points to the reasons and effects of poor financial wellbeing across the two genders and asks why women suffer most.
There is growing disconnect between traditional pay cycles and the ability for UK workers to live comfortably within their means.
How can you tell whether employees in your organization are suffering from financial stress, and what can HR do about it?
New research finds that 4 in 10 HR people don’t feel equipped to offer support if workers came to them with money worries.
Christmas can be a financially stressful time for all of us.
New study finds that half of employees with financial worries think their work suffers as a result.
A new report from leading Financial Wellbeing Provider, Neyber, asked employees how they save money.
Pensions auto-enrolment means that companies of all sizes should now be helping their staff to save for retirement.
A new report from leading financial wellbeing provider, Neyber, shows how we can help to support a multi-generational workforce.