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52% do not provide financial education

More than half (52%) of employers do not provide any financial education to employees, according to research by, Foster Denovo’s employee benefits division, Secondsight.

However, the research also found that two-thirds (67%) of the 1,013 UK employees surveyed claim that they do not receive financial education, and 76% of those aged 55 and over, said they had not received any financial education.

Darren Laverty, Director of Sales and Marketing at Foster Denovo, said: “Clearly employee demand for financial education is not being met. Organisations need to place real emphasis on the need for financial education in the workplace; the trends are worrying. This is an excellent opportunity for employers to engage their staff and reap the benefits.

To find out more, please click here to read Secondsight’s press release or  the full article on Employee Benefits.

Click here to register for a free copy of Secondsight’s white paper.

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