The Lens on financial wellbeing and bringing your whole self to work

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Asesh Sarkar, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer at Salary Finance and Ellie Marshell, Consultant Analyst, Deloitte talk about the impact financial worry can have on our mental health.
Ellie Marshell, who recently joined Deloitte's graduate scheme as a Consultant Analyst, talks to Asesh Sarkar, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer at Salary Finance, and The Lens host Oli Barrett. They discuss the impact financial worry can have on our mental health, how greater financial education can improve our overall wellbeing and how putting boundaries in place can help the wellbeing of your organisation and help you bring your full self to work.
 
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Time stamps: 
00:01 Asesh’s background in consulting and the beginning of Salary Finance
07:37 The reciprocal relationship between financial wellbeing and mental health
10:20 Ellie’s experience going through the recruitment and graduate scheme process working for Deloitte.
14:51 What a big company can do to protect the wellbeing of its employees and what it can put in place.
16:33 What can we do to avoid burnout?
24:04 The balance between purpose and profit and what happens when you link the two.
28:32 The importance of financial education
34.25 Are there double standards for leaders when talking about their mental health?
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