Scottish Widows has launched a corporate wrap, allowing employees to track both workplace benefits and their personal finances.
mymoneyworks is available as an option with Scottish Widows Corporate Pensions and allows employees to take control of their finances, set financial goals and track their progress through a personalised website.
Users will have their own "secure space" where they can monitor everything from pensions and life insurance to savings and investments.
Mymoneyworks also helps users prioritise financial needs by asking a series of questions through its reality check service.
Scottish Widows says it hopes the online service - which is supported by a telephone-based contact providing financial guidance - will both improve employee engagement with workplace benefits and help employers keep staff by highlighting the value of their benefits package.
"mymoneyworks is a great platform for employers to give their employees the ability to take control of both their retirement savings and their finances in general," says Scottish Widows market director, corporate pensions John Taylor.
"Our research shows that people want to be more actively involved in managing their finances and mymoneyworks will help prioritise what may be needed in the short, medium and longer term."
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