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Financial wellbeing for your workplace with Sorted at Work

Financial wellbeing for your workplace with Sorted at Work

Sorted Women

Empower women in your workplace with the newest Sorted at Work offering

Research shows when it comes to money, gender differences in attitudes, beliefs and behaviours have far-reaching implications on women's financial outcomes. That's why our new Sorted Women course helps address women's diverse needs and experiences when dealing with money. 

Participants will learn: 

  • Ways to improve their financial wellbeing and get ahead financially  
  • The unique situations women face and strategies to overcome them 
  • Ways to comfortably talk about money 
  • Investing basics. 

Designed and delivered by women for women, it provides a safe and non-judgemental space for women to learn money skills that will help close the financial knowledge gap that many face. 

These workshops are a simple, yet impactful way to show your workplace your commitment to championing change and challenging financial inequality to empower women. 

Sorted Women is offered as a two-hour workshop (face-to-face or webinar) or as a two-day course.  

For more information, or to discuss which option works best for your organisation, get in touch with the Sorted at Work team,

What is financial capability?

Financial capability is about giving people choices. It’s having the skills, knowledge, confidence, and motivation to make informed financial decisions. It supports individual wellbeing as well as contributing to the efficiency and prosperity of the national economy.

Why does financial capability matter in the workplace?

Personal financial wellbeing and organisational performance are connected.

  • 72% of organisations believe employee financial education will benefit them
  • 46% of employees worry about their finances
  • 83% of employers say money problems interfere with productivity
  • 20hrs a month lost to sorting personal finance worries
  • 58% of employers report “financial illness” drives absenteeism.

What is a Sorted at Work workplace?

A Sorted at Work workplace is an organisation that partners with Te Ara Ahunga Ora Retirement Commission to implement a variety of financial capability and wellbeing initiatives.

What is the Sorted at Work programme?

The Sorted at Work Programme includes a suite of courses and seminars which you can select from and have delivered in your workplace by one of our Te Ara Ahunga Ora ffiliated facilitators located nationwide. You can opt to run any number of these offerings to suit the needs of your workforce knowing that:

  • the design and delivery of the programme is quality assured
  • our offerings are updated and enhanced with supporting materials remaining current, accurate, neutral and impartial
  • the supporting Sorted calculators, plans, tools and resources are continuously improved to support your employees to take charge of their financial futures
  • participants will experience ‘aha’ moments that lead to real change in their lives for a healthier and wealthier economic future.

Can we help?

Sorted at Work


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