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5 ways employers can support financial wellbeing in a cost-of-living crisis

22 June 2023
Venue: Webinar | 12:00 - 13:00

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With cost of living concerns intensifying, join WorkNest’s Principal Employment Law Solicitor, Lesley Rennie, as she uncovers the top five ways employers can support the financial wellbeing of their workforce.

From reviewing your benefits package to one-off bonus payments and pay benchmarking, get the lowdown on the various interventions employers are considering right now – and the potential legal considerations and discrimination pitfalls you need to be aware of before introducing them.

And with many businesses not in a position to offer additional financial rewards, how can you help employees help themselves?



Lesley gained her LLB (Hons) and Diploma in Legal Practice from the University of Aberdeen, qualifying as a solicitor in May 2011. During her legal traineeship, she developed an early interest in employment law and continued to specialise in this upon qualification.

 Lesley trained and spent her first years post-qualification at a well-regarded Aberdeen firm, with her work being primarily employer-led with a focus on offshore oil and gas and marine clients, enabling her to gain considerable experience in dealing with jurisdictional, marine and expatriate employment issues. 

Lesley thereafter moved to Empire (later Law At Work and now WorkNest) in the Summer of 2013. 

With experience across a wealth of sectors, including retail, oil and gas, marine, care, construction and agriculture and a keen eye for detail, she provides strategic and pragmatic advice on a breadth of employment law matters, including niche areas such as employment status, restrictive covenant agreements, employee data protection issues and the employment law considerations in mergers and acquisitions.


This event is free of charge and for GUH members only. Book online now using the "Book Tickets" button at the top of the page.