Employee Benefits

Reduce staff turnover, increase morale and improve work-life balance

National Parks Week: The Benefits to Getting Your Employees Outside

As much as we love being in the office, the great outdoors and being one with the countryside has plenty of positives too. This month sees National Parks Week hike its way into the calendar, the National Parks’ annual celebration of its 15 sites across the UK, with plenty of free events taking place from […]

What every employee benefits solution needs

Now is the time of the year when employers and HR professionals start to review their employee benefits programmes, ready for the New Year and the new enrollment period. While many will review the actual benefits and participation rates, few will take the time to review their programme as a whole. As a result, they […]

Choosing your employees’ employee benefits package

Nearly half of UK workers (48%) don’t think their current employee benefits package is tailored to their needs, according to a new study. The study published by SalaryFinance, surveyed 1,000 UK workers also found that: Less than 4 in 10 workers (38%) have access to flexible working. A quarter (26%) of respondents would prefer flexible […]

Closing the communications gap

Employee benefits communications are a crucial element to the participation in, and ultimately the success of an employee benefit programme. In fact, employee benefit communications can make or break a programme. However, despite this, many organisations and HR professionals are not utilising their communications to best effect. Many organisations begin their employee benefits with a […]

Developing a great channel incentives programme

Offering financial rewards, trips abroad and expensive prizes are regular ways to incentivise channel partners to meet, and exceed, sales targets and other related goals. However, with better management and benchmarking of channel incentive programmes, and in particular better tracking of results, many marketing and HR professionals are starting to reconsider short-term incentive programmes. Recently […]

Helping your employees save for retirement

Just over a fifth of respondents do not expect to be able to retire until they are in their seventies, according to research by Willis Towers Watson. Its Global benefits attitudes survey, which interviewed UK-based 1,895 workers, also found that employees who expect to work for longer are less healthy, more stressed and less engaged […]