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CxO Disruptors: The role of HR in supporting the financial wellbeing of employees

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The pandemic presented exceptional financial disruption for many households, particularly for some of us who didn’t have financial resilience to begin with. For many it’s brought into focus the importance of having a level of security to see us through unpredictable events, like COVID-19. HR teams have the opportunity to play a valuable role in […]

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The pandemic presented exceptional financial disruption for many households, particularly for some of us who didn’t have financial resilience to begin with. For many it’s brought into focus the importance of having a level of security to see us through unpredictable events, like COVID-19. HR teams have the opportunity to play a valuable role in educating their people about the importance of financial resilience, benefiting employees and the employer alike. CEOs of Legal & General, Salary Finance and Contentive highlight the opportunities for employers to enable a financially resilient workforce. Watch the full episode here: CxO Disruptors: L&G Insurance, Salary Finance CEOs highlight link between finances and well-being (hrdconnect.com)

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