Employee wellbeing is a key priority for employers and prioritising mental health, physical and psychological wellbeing is something that resonates with everyone. We all know we need to do better. Especially during this difficult time, a focus on overall wellbeing when you’re juggling work, family, friends, the house, the current news cycle is critical.
But wellbeing isn’t just about mind and body. When we talk wellbeing we need to look at it holistically, considering all the key elements that keep us strong and feeling our best. Have you thought about your or your employee’s financial wellbeing lately? Key areas of wellbeing include emotional, environmental, financial, intellectual, occupational, physical, social and spiritual.
We are receiving significant feedback from employees in both blue-collar and white-collar roles about the significant peace of mind they feel after they have completed a Will. Employees now have a solution at their fingertips to protect themselves and their loved ones in a time of need. Never has there been a time that financial wellbeing becomes such a key priority, especially given the uncertain challenges we all find ourselves navigating.
The recipe is simple, for a thriving business, you need thriving and engaged employees. It is no surprise that when an employee is thriving, engaged, and enjoying their work, they are less likely to look for another job. Engagement has been consistently linked to profit, customer satisfaction and employee retention rates. Employee wellbeing is a key component of engagement, a large part of adding value to your employees comes from providing a culture that supports them mentally and physically – the financial comfort of a Will would be a significant cultural support and enhancement.
‘Take care of your employees and they’ll take care of your business. It’s as simple as that’. – Richard Branson
Whether you’ve got an existing employee wellness program in place or whether this is the first step towards engaging in this thinking, Your Wills is here to help you provide a service to your employees which demonstrates you understand that their connection to your business means more to you than just the hours spent in the office – that you have a genuine interest in encouraging them to consider their responsibilities to their lives and loved ones outside of work.
Here are the fast facts:
- Your Wills is an Australian-based company (supported by SLF Lawyers) that offers you a simple to use, straightforward solution allowing you to cost effectively create a legally recognised Will online from the comfort of your own home. No need to meet a lawyer face to face – your legally recognised Will will be delivered straight to your inbox.
- There are only 9 simple steps from start to finish to complete your Will.
- No payment required until after you’ve completed Step 8 – then review and submit your Will.
- Once complete, just download the PDF and print it out. Then it’s time to have your Will witnessed.
To officially finalise your legally binding Will, ensure you have two independent individuals (over the age of 18) witness you signing each page of your Will – including the all-important very last page. Your witnesses then need to sign each page of your Will too. Your witnesses must use exactly the same pen you used to sign your Will. Done! It’s that easy!
Your Wills also offers a Will Sharing Service that allows you to share an unsigned copy of your Will with your Executor, Accountant, Lawyer, family member/s or a trusted friend. Because what good is taking the time to carefully write your Will when no one knows where to find it!
Time to get started? https://www.yourwills.com.au/wizard/register
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