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Financial Education Calendar Ireland 2019

Our exclusive calendar details the key Financial Education events in Ireland in 2019 (no registration required) to help you plan next year. Just click the link below to download your copy! Covering the 35 events most likely to impact your people including tax, vehicles, mortgages, childcare, pay, wellness and PAYE. Download Financial Education Calendar 2019

SSE Launches Financial Education Programme for its People in Ireland

SSE, a leading energy company, has extended its Financial Education programme to include employees in Ireland, in conjunction with Nudge. The company, which is Ireland’s second largest energy utility and the leading developer and investor in cleaner energy infrastructure, employs around 1,000 people in the country. The extension of Financial Education for employees in Ireland

Webinar: Hidden Treasure: How Your Annual Reward Cycle Can Deliver Company Strategy & Unlock Value

The What – Hidden Treasure: How Your Annual Reward Cycle Can Deliver Company Strategy & Unlock Value As Q1 draws to a close, reward and HR professionals are emerging from a busy season of pay reviews, bonus rounds, flex windows and insurance renewals. Step into spring with Caroline Jordan, Benefits Manager at JLT and Jeremy Beament,

Siemens Case Study ? Help Your People Fall in Love with their Pension – Webinar featuring Nikki Roche, Reward Partner

The What – Help Your People Fall in Love with their Pension On Valentine’s day Nikki Roche, Reward Partner at Siemens and Jeremy Beament, Co-Founder of Nudge, shared the story of how Siemens used ‘nudge theory’ to help their people fall in love with pension saving. The Who – Nikki Roche, Reward Partner at Siemens and Jeremy Beament, Co-Founder of

Three Launches Financial Wellness Strategy for its People

Three, a leader in communications, has launched a new financial wellness programme for their people, in conjunction with Nudge. The company which employs almost 4,600 people across its offices in Maidenhead, Glasgow and Reading and its 337 retail stores, already had an award-winning approach to wellness but added a new financial wellness element to enhance

What’s Driving the Growth of Financial Wellness in Ireland?

In the last five years, the growth of the Financial Wellness market has taken the UK by storm, and now it’s making its way across the water to Ireland. And it is hardly a surprise. Money problems are a root cause of anxiety and other stress-related illnesses, while poor financial health can lead to absenteeism

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

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

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