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.
Download our latest eBook to learn the key actions that HR teams can implement straight away to support employees this winter and into 2023.
This report covers:
- Some of the key findings of the research
- How to plan ahead and refresh your pay, employee benefits and reward strategy to better support employees
- Employee communications strategy
- Guide on how to sign post your cost-of-living support
- Financial wellbeing as a wellness issue
Webinar report: How can local authorities get more children cycling to school?
Recently we hosted a fascinating webinar and virtual roundtable to support the launch of Select Home to school – the new scheme we’ve created with Halfords to help councils provide families with affordable, healthy and sustainable travel to school by bike.
How Edenred supports critical public social programmes
Although interest rates are expected to fall over the next year, the cost of living is still eye-wateringly high. Many people will likely require continued support through public social programmes. At Edenred we are proud to play a key role in this space.
Case Study: East Renfrewshire Council uses Select vouchers to support the most vulnerable
East Renfrewshire Council is responsible for supporting a community of just under 100,000 people who live south west of Glasgow. Over the past twelve months the housing and education teams have turned to Edenred to help provide financial support for vulnerable children and refugees by using its Compliments Select Platform.