Workplace Financial Wellbeing with Funmi Olufunwa
Today we are joined by Funmi Olufunwa. She shares with us some of the different ways your employer can help build your financial security.
And employers, Funmi shares where you’re going wrong in the recruitment process and how to make your employees feel engaged and valued, and ultimately more productive.
5.29: What is financial wellbeing in the workplace?
8.01: Missing out on a pension because of a lack of communication
13.06: Employers & employees need a mindset shift
15.48: “Competitive Salary” nonsense and how to get things right at recruitment
19.32: Checklist of what other benefits your employer might provide
20.53: Salary isn’t everything! Things you need to know before changing jobs.
24.39: Talking to your employer about benefits, and finally, a reason to fill in the staff survey!
27.18: How employers can harness the power of the benefits they offer
Resources: UK’s Strategy for Financial Wellbeing
Guest expert – Funmi Olufunwa
With a love of gospel music and singing and being most comfortable in a hoody and trainers (and let’s not forget the hoops), Funmi is perhaps not the image you may have of a typical finance expert. She left a 15 year successful career as a financial services lawyer, retrained as a financial coach and started Hoops Finance. Hoops Finance’s mission is to improve financial literacy, confidence and inclusion and to provide a “non-financy”, welcoming, jargon free space for people to talk and learn about money and how to make the most of the money you have while also enjoying your life.
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Julie Flynn is an experienced independent financial adviser and financial coach. Justice and equality drive Julie. Which is why she’s spent years studying and researching how stress affects our financial decision making.
She uses her years of experience and research to support women experiencing or planning significant change in their lives.
Julie is best known for her work with women who have lost their partner and coaching financial services business who want to implement fair and transparent charges.
Michelle Lambell started her career in financial services as a Stockbroker in 1999 undertaking both advisory and discretionary investment management. Following a career break where she spent time being a mum and running an arts and crafts business, Michelle returned to financial services in 2013 undertaking further study.
Today she is a Chartered Financial Planner, specialising in retirement planning advice, pensions and investments and a Certified Financial Coach. Michelle has a passion for providing financial advice, guidance and education to everyone, regardless of their gender, age or current circumstances.
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