News / Flexible benefits
Cricketing legend Graham Gooch is taking part in a question and answer session at the Pensions & Benefits Show 2013.22 May 2013
The total reward solution offered by CSC is the key to the firm’s pay and benefits strategy. Donna Nind tells Owain Thomas how it has been adapted to fit a fluctuating workforce.20 May 2013
Travel insurance is one of the more popular benefits under employer flex schemes, yet a large proportion of Brits still leave themselves completely unprotected. Hannah Uttley explores the benefits for employees.14 May 2013
Better use of technology may be the key to improving benefits implementation. Hannah Uttley looks at how one company saw huge results.14 May 2013
External pressures such as the retail distribution review and the removal of the default retirement age are making it difficult for employers to engage staff and justify employee pension saving, according to Thomsons.29 Apr 2013
Many employers are questioning the value of restricting the funding of flexible benefits to only those that mitigate risks within their workforce. Nick Martindale debates the pros and cons.24 Apr 2013
The programme for the Pensions and Benefits Show 2013 – which takes place on 12-13 June at ExCel in London – has been published.19 Apr 2013
Are you a benefits professional? Do you make the final decision with regards to the benefits your firm offers? If so, would you be willing to help judge the Workplace Savings and Benefits Awards 2013?10 Apr 2013
Employee benefits and a generous pay packet are top of the wish list for graduates looking for their first employer, according to a survey by Ernst & Young.04 Apr 2013
Phones 4u has selected Staffcare to provide software for its May auto-enrolment staging.03 Apr 2013
The role of benefits is often poorly understood by managers, with just a quarter (26%) of managers and leaders valuing their role as a tool to support business performance, research from Edenred reveals.28 Mar 2013
WSB has launched the Workplace Savings and Benefits Awards 2013 - the only award event to recognise both employer and provider excellence.26 Mar 2013
The Chancellor has been urged by a leading policy expert to consider scrapping salary sacrifice to save the treasury billions of pounds a year.20 Mar 2013
The programme for the Pensions and Benefits Show, which takes place on 12-13 June at ExCel in London, has now been unveiled.14 Mar 2013
Hargreaves Lansdown is launching a fully integrated corporate wrap and flexible benefits platform.26 Feb 2013
Employers in Northern Ireland are inconsistent in their approach to managing absence while almost half do not know their auto-enrolment staging date, research finds.18 Feb 2013
Co-operative Flexible Benefits has introduced its first car benefit scheme available to employers.15 Feb 2013
With people working for longer, whether by choice or necessity, addressing the needs of an older workforce will become increasingly important. Nick Martindale examines some of the methods being used.14 Feb 2013
Mercer’s former UK chief executive Alan Whalley has been appointed chairman of Wealth at Work it has been announced.08 Feb 2013
There is a significant disparity between the kinds of benefits offered by employers over the festive season and those that were most appreciated, a Canada Life survey reveals.04 Feb 2013
Workplace Savings and Benefits is pleased to present its Healthcare Select event taking place on Thursday 23rd May.
WSB has launched the Workplace Savings and Benefits Awards 2013 - the only award event to recognise both employer and provider excellence.
The World Economic Forum’s Global Risks 2013 report is developed from an annual survey of over 1,000 experts from industry, government, academia and civil society who were asked to review a landscape of 50 global risks.
Aviva has successfully supported employers through staging and implementation of auto-enrolment. Thankfully, none have needed the thornbush, and none have come close to the cliffs, but all have struggled at times with the enforced downhill speed toward their staging date. So what have we learned so far?