EXCLUSIVE Getty engages 73 of staff with financial wellbeing

first_imgEXCLUSIVE: Almost three quarters (73%) of Getty Images’ employees have engaged with its financial wellbeing programme since its launch in August 2014.The online image, video, music and multimedia library offers its 300 members of staff a personalised financial education programme, provided by Nudge Global. The platform includes elements such as paying off student debt, getting on the housing ladder, having children and retirement.Since October 2015, following an upgrade to the latest Nudge Global financial wellbeing platform, Getty Images’ employees have also been able to access more than 800 financial education topics and articles. Staff at the organisation, which was one of the first employers to move to the latest platform, can now further adapt the programme to suit their current financial wants and needs.Daphne King, compensation and benefits manager, said: “The personalised approach drives employee engagement and in turn enhances the value of the financial education and communication tool.”last_img read more