Effective communication is more than simply providing access to information, by increasing and improving how your employees receive information you are able to demonstrate good governance and achieve good HR outcomes.
Our employee pension education services are built around The Pension Regulator’s (TPR) key principles.
64%* of businesses with good employee benefits packages do not do enough to tell their staff. The result of which is an estimated loss of £2.7 billion a year in staff turnover and absence costs in the UK alone.
*Money Talks: Communicating Employee Benefits, Kim Hoque and Professor Nick Bacon - Cass Business School, City University London
Investing in your employees
The methods you use to communicate your employee benefits are an investment – as an organisation you’re investing in your employees.
A segemented approach
To ensure the message is relevant and understood, we segment your workforce, communicating directly to specific groups is a powerful tool.
Return on investment
With increased employee benefit take-up your business will achieve better ROI through improved recruitment, retention and tax and National Insurance savings.
Improved core benefits can result in a scheme that’s constantly evolving and places you ahead of your competitors.
Our approach to employee benefit communications
Our communications are designed to ensure your employees are able to make informed decisions about their retirement savings. Let us help you find the right balance between too little and too much choice; we can develop a solution that your employees really want and will use.