From collaboration to communication, leaders have needed to adapt their approach in recent times.
The best talent expects the best support. But they don’t expect 2019’s version of the best support.
Financial wellbeing should be a no brainer. Our finances directly impact our mental health - which in turn affects our work life.
Mental wellbeing is essential to employee retention and productivity. But only a few companies have understood just how crucial financial wellbeing is to the whole picture.
Let’s face it, everyone is looking for the same answers. No company is unique in wanting to attract and retain the best talent.
The world of work is changing fast - and employee perks are changing along with it. At least they should be.
If you ignore their financial wellbeing, you can guarantee that your employees overall health is not going to be as good as it should be.
According to the Office of National Statistics, there has been a dramatic downward shift in the average rating of life satisfaction, anxiety and happiness in the UK.
For every £100 that a man earns, women make £82.70. There have been many positive initiatives to try and close this gap, but more women are still suffering.
Working from home has thrown a whole bunch of challenges your way, but now more than ever it’s crucial to consider the financial wellbeing of your employees.
In Part One of our Investing for Beginners series, we looked at why people invest, how much we should invest, and covered the basics of risk and return.
Are you thinking about investing but not sure where to start? Don’t worry, this is the start of a new series that explains how it works, why you
The past five years have seen an explosion of fintech businesses who set out to change how we use, manage, and invest our money, but this makes knowing
Up until recent years many employers have felt that their impact over their employees finances stretches only as far as paying them a salary. After that, it’s up
The UK experienced the deepest recession since records began earlier this year because of Covid-19 and the resulting lockdown. This has led to a lot of job insecurity,
Businesses in the UK have faced unprecedented challenges over the past few months through the COVID-19 pandemic. Managing the initial lockdown and furlough was a huge challenge, and
We’re set on shaking up financial wellbeing and making expert financial guidance available to everyone whatever your income level, life stage, or financial situation. After conducting hundreds of
Last month, I spent two weeks working with Bippit – a huge contrast to my other life as a prison officer in an almost 180-year-old prison, on the
84.2% of adults in Great Britain say that they are 'worried' or 'very worried' about the effect Covid-19 is having on their life, and just over half said
Throughout our working lives, it’s essential we look after our financial wellbeing. As an employee or a business owner, being financially well is as important as our mental
According to a recent study, the value of using a financial advisor is a staggering £47K in average additional wealth per person; encompassing an extra £31K of pension
Worried about your financial wellbeing during the #coronavirus crisis? You’re not alone. With the pandemic making huge changes to our everyday lives,
When I started writing this, I started thinking about the similarities between managing our physical health, and our financial health. Human biology is of course incredibly complicated, and
It’s a set of reforms that allow you to securely share your financial data from your banking transactions, such as your spending habits and regular payments, with authorised
As we all know, #coronavirus is spreading across the globe, causing a worldwide lockdown and inducing panic that seems to have manifested itself in stock piling excessive amounts
Before I started working at Bippit, I used to be part of a team managing the UK’s first student-run ethical investment portfolio, Prosper Social Finance. Based in Edinburgh,
After a slow start, adoption of Open Banking is beginning to show some promise, but I don’t think the name is at fault for the sluggish start, as