Sesame offers advisers counselling through employee support provider

Part of Covid-19 hub

Hannah Godfrey
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Adviser network Sesame has partnered with Care First to offer advisers free access to health and wellbeing support during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Care First is a provider of employee support services, offering confidential online support along with access to its team of qualified counsellors. The service is experienced in helping people deal with a wide range of practical and emotional issues such as health and wellbeing, family matters and relationships and workplace issues. The service is now available free of charge to Sesame advisers, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by phone or online. The support package is the latest addition to Sesame's Covid-19 adviser support hub, which the firm launched in March and aims to prov...

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