and improve your bottom line…

It’s already hard enough trying to attract and retain the right staff and boost the productivity of your current team. Not to mention the pressure to stay under budget with your initiatives! When staff are stress-free and more confident about their finances, they’re more motivated and more productive. So you could gain back heaps of working hours in productivity.

Show you care about employees

Get one step closer to becoming an employer of choice within your industry by adding a valuable tool to benefit your employees. Our digital financial education is cost effective because we charge per organisation and not per seat.

Retain key people in your business

Provide value to attract and retain the right staff. When your dream employee is weighing up who to work for, they’ll be looking at the benefits you offer beyond competitive remuneration.

Boost productivity and morale

Around 39% of Australian employees spend two or more hours per week at work thinking about their finances. Financial education can boost productivity or revenue-per-employee, without increasing overtime costs.

A financial wellbeing program for all staff

We offer an affordable range that starts with off-the-shelf units, all the way up to fully branded programs. Our flexible, self-paced online financial education delivers amazing results. Every client enjoys full support from our Melbourne-based team, as well as a suite of resources to help you get the highest uptake rate possible. Whichever way you go, we’ll help you get results you can be proud of.

Interested in a free sample?

For a limited time, you can access our latest unit free of charge. It’s called ‘One of us just lost our job’, and it’s all about facing the challenges of redundancy and unemployment with a positive and proactive attitude. Fill the in your details below to gain access.

What’s the ROI for an staff financial wellbeing program?

A recent report by PwC, commissioned by the government’s Mentally Healthy Work Place Alliance, revealed that workplace mental health initiatives can deliver a return on investment (ROI) of $2.30 for every $1 spent. US-based academic E. Thomas Garman puts the return for financial education initiatives specifically at up to 3 to 1, or around AUD$500 per employee in the first year alone.

Heads Up has produced a must-see ROI tool allowing you to predict how much you could save by implementing an initiative such as financial education.

With reduced stress and improved mental health of your employees, you can reduce costs in 3 key areas:

  • Presenteeism: employees coming to work when they’re in no fit state to be productive, because they’re worried about losing out on income.
  • Absenteeism: employees taking more days off than they ought to because they’re disengaged.
  • Compensation claims: claims made for mental health conditions which arise due to stress.
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