Skip to the content

From Growth to Go Slow – Austerity 2.0

Despite promises of eye-watering tax increases and public sector cuts, the Chancellor's Autumn Statement feels more like a pivot to stability and reassurance, with a hint of a potential kick down the road.

Innovative solutions you should consider for your 2023 employee benefits review

In recent years we have seen many changes that widen the support around important employee lifecycle events, from shared parental leave to additional support around miscarriages.

Five ways to support your younger employees through the cost of living crisis

Here are a five top tips for supporting the younger people in your workforce, and ensure that they remain productive in today’s tough financial environment.

Cost-effective employee benefits to help retain your talent through tough times

When it comes to recession, employee retention plays a big part in minimising losses for your business.

Mini budget – September 2022

Liz Truss’s government has clearly signalled its pursuit of economic growth. Today’s mini-budget, billed as the “Growth Plan”, contains tax cuts and deregulation, aimed at unlocking private sector investment, cutting red tape, reducing taxes and creating jobs.

Four employee benefits solutions to support your people through the healthcare crunch

According to a recent health at work survey (PAM, 2022) the recent capacity crunch in UK healthcare is becoming a huge issue for both employees and employers.

5 tips to create an employee benefits brand

Your benefits brand should go hand in hand with your workplace identity to help your benefits seem like something your employees can relate to...

Is easy access to a GP the next ‘must have’ employee benefit?

With warnings of a ‘capacity crunch’ in UK healthcare, now could be the perfect time to implement this valuable wellbeing benefit.

Why your people’s wellbeing should be a priority in 2022

Since 2020, this has moved on dramatically. The world of work is no longer 9-5 in an office.  It would be fair to say that for most of us, work is now woven into the fabric of our lives, often having an overlap with our home life.