Cost-of-living crisis: how can employers help their people?

Tuesday June 7th, 2022 11:00 - 11:45 AM

The cost of living is rising at an unprecedented rate - with living standards set for the largest drop since the 1950s. Unsurprisingly, our own research shows that 24% of workers now worry about money every day. Against this backdrop, what must employers do to support the financial wellbeing of their employees? Join ex-Tesco Bank Chief People Officer, Partner at OrgShakers and Global Advisor Therese Procter and Wagestream CEO Peter Briffett to find out, in this 45-min live webinar session.

What should HR be doing now?

Join ex-Tesco Bank Chief People Officer, Partner at OrgShakers and Global Advisor Therese Procter and Wagestream CEO Peter Briffett in this 45-min live webinar session, where they will be sharing their insights into why financial wellbeing is the #1 HR trend right now. Together, they will be discussing:

  • How the cost-of-living crisis affects frontline workers and business output
  • How HR and technology can support financial wellbeing in the workplace
  • Best practice and suggestions for employers to support their workforce

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Meet the speakers

Therese Procter ChCCIPD FRSA
ex-Chief People Officer, Tesco Bank

Recognised as one of the UK’s leading HR practitioners and thought leaders, Therese currently works with global corporate clients, UK retail businesses, NHS and Government as a Partner at OrgShakers. She is former Chief People Officer of Tesco Bank, and she has dedicated her career to enabling organisations in new environments to deliver sustainable success through people.

Peter Briffett
CEO, Wagestream

Peter is co-founder and CEO of Wagestream - the financial wellbeing app for frontline workers. Guided by a founding group of financial charity investors, he founded the company - along with co-founder Portman Wills - with a passionate belief that work should be inclusive, fair and rewarding for everyone.