of employers don’t review the impact staff benefits have on individuals or the business

Source: CIPD, Reward management survey 2018

 

"Looking deeper into your benefits at time of renewal or change within your business, can help you to ensure they remain relevant to your workforce and business as a whole and are appreciated."

 

 

The value in conducting a review

 

Get a better understanding of whether your current benefits package is appropriate and delivering value for money

 

Help your business to explore different ways you can adjust the level of premiums that you pay 

 

Enables you to identify historic elements of your benefits that are no longer relevant to your business and your people

 

A modular approach to financial wellbeing

With a range of modules to help everyone in your workforce, we’ll design a strategy that supports your people, raises their financial capability and adds real value to your business.

Pension freedoms

Preparing for retirement

Pensions

Tax efficiency

Managing debt

Protecting your family

Investing for long-term growth

Savings and investments

Buying a property

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10 areas to consider when reviewing your employee benefits

Join our consultants Tasha Fry and Tania Parmar, for an insight into 10 areas that can ensure your employee benefits are delivering real value for your business and your people.

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