Join Alliance for Finance, and Linda Somerville (the Deputy Secretary of the Scottish TUC), for a discussion looking at how employers have reacted to soaring inflation, the energy crisis, and how they are supporting their staff.
The UK has experienced an extended time of rising prices, whether that be food, energy, or fuel, and increasingly people are struggling to make ends meet as a result.
Many employers have needed to step in to support their employees, including finance employers who have offered one-off cost of living payments, lump sum increases, and pay rises well beyond what we have been used to over the last 30 years or so. However, we have still seen below inflation increases, and the strain on people’s wallets is concerning.
But there is
help available for people in the sector, and this webinar looks at some of the
support that's on hand.
Also joining the discussion are members of The Insurance Charities, The Bank Worker’s Charity, and the Money Charity. They'll let you know what help these organisations can give, which varies from financial support to emotional support and housing advice.
This event was hosted by the Alliance for Finance using the Teams platform. Accord is not responsible for this material.Watch the recording (YouTube)
Contact for this event
Join Alliance for Finance for a discussion about sustainability. During the event, the panellists will explore what finance organisations are doing in relation to sustainability, talk specifically about Scope 1,2, and 3 emissions to help us understand what this means, and look at what we can do as unions. This event is open to all members.
This webinar from the Bank Workers Charity looks at wellbeing for retirees. This webinar is designed to help you gain a clear understanding of the various types of support offered by the Bank Workers Charity while highlighting the importance of seeking intervention at an early stage.
This webinar from the Bank Workers Charity looks at both the perimenopause (the transition into menopause) and the menopause and provides guidance on where to get specialised support. It also looks at the significant impact of menopause in the workplace, and at how some employers are becoming menopause friendly.
Accord has over 350 trained workplace representatives across the country who are there to help when things aren't going so well. Reps are the beating heart of the union, and often the first port of call offering advice, guidance, information, and representation.
No other union in either LBG or TSB can match this network of support.