How HR teams can support employees through the Cost of living crisis
The actions every employer must take today
A crisis on the scale of the pandemicFrom the cost of energy to the weekly shop, the cost-of-living crisis is making every aspect of our lives more expensive. As a result, many households are faced with a challenging financial landscape which is set to last through to 2024.
To understand the impact of the cost-of-living crisis on employees and what this means for employers, we commissioned independent research. The cost-of-living crisis report details the key actions that HR leaders must take right now to support their employees as they deal with the financial stress.
Over 25% of employees expect their employer to provide financial wellbeing, flexible working and cost saving benefits.
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This report covers:
What does the Autumn Statement mean for employee financial wellbeing?
It’s clear from the Autumn Statement that 2024 will be another financially challenging year for many employees. Despite positive soundbites from the Chancellor about tax cuts, experts warn the UK faces a record high tax bill.
The Food Standards Agency balances employee financial wellbeing support with business growth
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is responsible for food safety and hygiene in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. As well as stepping up to help employees manage the cost-of-living crisis, the Food Standards Agency is managing greater responsibilities and an expanding workforce following Brexit.
Help your staff afford a merry Christmas
With the countdown to Christmas underway, people are worrying about the additional financial pressure. After another year of inflated food, energy and housing costs it comes as no surprise that a third of us expect to cut back on Christmas spending this year.