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Workplace pensions for a changing world

Recorded: 13 September 2017

  • Overview
    • To support Pensions Awareness Day being held on Friday 15th September, we'll be bringing you a webinar a day on the hot topics across the industry right now.

      We'll be looking at topics such as how we'll afford to live ot 100, the Gender Pensions Gap and the link between Mental Health and Financial Wellness.

      Use one sign-up link to register for all other webcasts in the Pensions Awareness Week webinar series:

      These are all short 30 minute webinars and we invite you to grab a cup of tea or coffee and dial in and join us.

      • We’ll live to 100. How can we afford it and what role does a pension play? - 11 September, 12:00 pm (GMT)
      • Addressing the gender pension gap - 12 September, 8:30 am (GMT)
      • Workplace pensions for a changing world - 13 September, 8:30 am (GMT)
      • Financial Wellness – employee and employer perspectives - 14 September, 4:00 pm (GMT)
      • Financial Wellness & Mental Health - 15 September, 8:30 am (GMT)
  • Why attend
    • Globally, and in all industries, companies are embracing the need to stay relevant for their customers and create engaging customer experiences. Similarly, employers are looking at their own employee experience in order to retain, recruit and attract the best and the brightest people. Macro trends such as the evolving nature of work, generational financial inequality, technological improvements and the way we communicate are changing the nature of employee benefits. What does this mean for the workplace pension? This webinar will cover the changes we are seeing as well as case studies of innovative ways that employers are future-proofing their pensions offering.

  • Who should attend
    • People working in Reward, Benefits, HR and who are interested in learning more about the impact Financial Wellness can have on employees and the bottom line of any business.

  • Speakers
    • Martyn James, DC Client Leader, Mercer