25 - 26 April 2023ExCel London
25 - 26 April 2023 / ExCel, London

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Financial Wellbeing

Financial wellbeing is defined as: “A sense of security and feeling as though you have enough money to meet your needs. It’s about being in control of your day-to-day finances and having the financial freedom to make choices that allow you to enjoy life.”

According to Close Brothers’ report financial wellbeing is more important than ever: “Nothing could have prepared businesses or individuals for the unprecedented changes that the coronavirus has had on our lives. It will take some time to understand the full effects this has had on the health of the nation and there will be a need for businesses, employees and the government to review their approach to how we support financial wellbeing going forward.

Even before Covid-19, there was a change happening in organisations across the UK, with more focus on supporting employee wellbeing as a means for businesses to cement engagement, secure talent and improve their performance”.

At The Watercooler you’ll be able to explore

  • tailored financial wellbeing
  • employee engagement

Free to attend sessions include:

  • Case Study: Tailored Social Value and Financial Wellbeing Initiatives – Taking a Public Health Approach to Employee Wellbeing
  • Case Study: Meeting Post-Pandemic Financial Wellbeing Needs by Bringing Reward Initiatives Back to Life
  • Panel Discussion: How to Implement A Financial Wellbeing Initiative That is Designed For a Multi-Generational Workforce


The workshops at The Watercooler offer the opportunity to dive deeper into key topics and find answers to your specific Financial Wellbeing questions. Topics include:

  • How to implement workplace wellbeing on a shoestring budget
  • Financial wellbeing: meeting the diverse and evolving needs of employees
  • Maximise impact and budget with a joined-up physical, mental, social, financial and environmental wellbeing strategy

Round Tables

Our 45 minute roundtables are your opportunity to share experiences off the record, create new connections and source ideas to take your workplace wellbeing toolkit to the next level. Topics include:

  • Approaches to future-proofing your financial wellbeing strategy
  • Finding the balance between an individual and an employer's responsibility for mental health and wellbeing in the workplace
  • Closing the health inequalities gap: the essential role of business and where this fits with your ESG strategy
  • Reinventing rewards and benefits around wellbeing


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