Investing in the financial education of vulnerable young people has a dramatic effect on their financial wellbeing, new research has found.Every £1 spent on financial education for vulnerable young people created £5.57 in social value, which grew as time went on, the research by economic research consultancy ERS on behalf of the Money Advice Service Read more about Vulnerable young people offered financial education cut their debts by 60% – while their peers see borrowing rise by 50% | Moneywise[…]
Financial worries of workers is affecting their mental health and productivity, costing companies up to £51bn a year, according to a new study. — Read on uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/workers-mental-health-issues-cost-uk-businesses-51bn-year-054434519.html Addressing another elephant in the room…?
Money worries have knock-on effect on staff health, a quarter of employers say – Personnel Today — Read on www.personneltoday.com/hr/money-worries-impact-staff-health-a-quarter-of-employers-say/ Should employers be doing more to offer Financial education to staff?
What is the average UK salary, how much should you be earning for your age and which industries pay best? This infographic explains it all! — Read on www.instantoffices.com/blog/reports-and-research/average-uk-salary/ Are there other factors affecting salary rates?