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Michael Whitfield Joins as Chairman of Nudge to Accelerate Growth

Nudge, the UK’s fastest growing financial wellness provider, has announced the appointment of Michael Whitfield as Chairman and Director, to turbocharge their domestic and global growth. Whitfield, previously CEO and Founder of global employee benefits provider, Thomsons Online Benefits, joins Nudge to guide the business as it rapidly expands into global markets and a direct

Zurich Launch Financial Wellness Programme with Nudge as Key Element of New Reward Strategy

We’re delighted to welcome another 5,000 employees from Zurich Insurance to the Nudge community, following their launch of a new reward strategy which puts Financial Wellness at its heart. Commenting on the new reward programme, Steve Collinson, Head of UK HR said: “We’re proud to be an inclusive and forward-looking employer and part of that

Webinar: Autumn Budget 2018 – What Does it Mean for You & Your People

The What – What Does the Autumn Budget 2018 Mean for You & Your People A different month, day of the week and start time – there was nothing ‘business as usual’ about the last pre-Brexit Autumn Budget 2018! The morning after the Autumn Budget 2018, Ed Airey, Group Reward Director at William Hill and Jeremy Beament, Co-Founder of Nudge, shared “hot off the

Budget 2018: What to Expect from Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget

The chancellor Philip Hammond is busy preparing his Budget 2018 and we’re getting ready for it too here at Nudge. Ahead of his statement on Monday 29 October, we’ve rounded up what could be coming up. Click here to register for our webinar the morning after the budget to understand what actually happened and how

JLT Group Launches New Wellbeing Programme for UK Employees

JLT Group, one of the world’s leading providers of insurance, reinsurance and employee benefits services, has launched a new financial wellness programme for their UK employees, in conjunction with Nudge. The company who employ 3,900 people across 19 UK offices launched the new programme as part of the JLT wellbeing programme. Caroline Jordan, Benefits Manager

How does ACCA Support Mental Health in the Workplace?

To mark World Mental Health Day, we spoke to ACCA to understand their mental health strategy and how it supports their overall wellness programme. The global professional accountancy body, which supports over half a million members and students in nearly 100 offices and centres around the world, employs 900 people in the UK from offices

Financial Wellness Forecast 2019 – Share Your Views

Let’s Go Financial Wellness Forecast 2019 Research With the leading Financial Wellness programmes now entering their 6th year, our latest 2018-2019 research examines how engagement varies across different employee groups and what the latest adopters can learn from the early trailblazers. We think you’ll have an opinion and appreciate your participation if you can spare

20 Min Webinar: Flexible Benefits & Financial Education – Natural Bedfellows

The What – Flexible Benefits & Financial Education Since it first appeared in the mid-1990s, Flexible Benefits has become the mainstream method for delivering employee benefit programmes amongst UK employers. Whilst this might have provided choice and flexibility to employees, it assumes they have all the requisite knowledge to make informed decisions around their benefit selections. The

How Will the New Auto-Enrolment Pension Scheme in Ireland Work?

What’s happened? The Irish government has released its proposals and is consulting over how the new auto-enrolment pension scheme could operate. Under the new proposals for auto-enrolment in Ireland, employees, employers and the State will each make a contribution. Why? Currently, in Ireland, just 47% of all employees, and 35% of private sector employees have

Nudge Comments in The Times on Changing Patterns of Consumer Spending in Ireland

Nudge appeared in The Times this week with Tim Perkins sharing his insight on how demographic changes are impacting patterns of consumer spending in Ireland.  Read More on Consumer Spending in Ireland in The Times