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Financial Wellbeing Gap Analysis

When it comes to the financial wellbeing of your employees, it can be difficult to know where to start.

Personal finances vary significantly, with numerous influencing factors. Overall, there is a clear need for support – according to the Financial Conduct Authority, 20% of adults have low financial resilience and 14% of adults are over-indebted1. The COVID-19 pandemic has also had a long-lasting polarising impact on individual finances. For some, furlough and redundancies will have had a significant impact - personal debt decreased by £15.6bn between March and October 2020 - whilst others may have saved money they would have otherwise spent;2. Creating an inclusive strategy for an ever-changing financial landscape might feel like an unenviable task. However, we can help!

Introducing the Financial Wellbeing Gap Analysis

Built to help companies create a financial wellbeing strategy that works, Aon has created a short one-minute survey which looks at your current financial wellbeing arrangement. Our expert team will then compile the results, which will:

  • Benchmark where your provision stands in relation to similar companies
  • Help to identify any missed opportunities in your strategy
  • Highlight next steps for optimising your financial wellbeing offering
  • Model how financially resilient your employees are


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