Financial Wellness for your Employees
Employers - We help you provide Financial Wellness Education for your Employees so that they can get clarity on their financial lives and improve their productivity for €4 per month per employee.
The Financial Wellness for your Employees course consists of video modules and calculators, which are detailed below.
We have videos to educate your employees in the following areas
Know Your Money - More Info
Financial Planning for Employees - More Info
Retirement Planning for Employees - More Info
Pat Divilly - Practical Mindfulness - More Info
Pat Divilly - Healthy Body Healthy Mind - More Info
Life Events - More Info
Redundancy for Employees - More Info
Pension Information Course for Employees who have left Employment (Deferred Members) - More Info
Defined Benefit v Defined Contribution - More Info
Interactive Calculators & Personalised Reports
ePen (Pension Calculator)
eLife (Life Cover Calculator)
eInvest (Investment Calculator)
eCat (Capital Acquisitions Tax Calculator)
Fact Find Report
The course is simple for your employees to follow and they can also assess what they have learned after each module.
The video modules are designed to give you an insight into understanding your Financial Wellness needs.
Your employees will receive help in:
Health & Fitness
Helps employers attract and retain employees, increase performance and creates a sense of care.
A simple approach that allows your employees to understand both financial and health wellness.
Additional content and courses will be added at no extra cost.
Current Course value is €1,500 per employee
Employers - Enquire below in the Start Today section
Employers - Next step is to book a 1 to 1 Video Call with us and we can discuss any further questions you may have.
Employers - Let us know If you would like a free 14 day trial.
Beechgrove House . Strand Street . Tralee . Co. Kerry . V92 FH0K
Please Note: that the provision of this product or service does not require licensing, authorisation, or registration with the Central Bank of Ireland and, as a result, it is not covered by the Central Bank of Ireland's requirements designed to protect consumers or by a statutory scheme