Employee Benefits Review Summer 2017

How wellbeing programmes can help companies successfully meet the changing needs of employees and drive engagement and productivity in the workplace

In this issue of Employee Benefits Review: we focus on wellbeing and different approaches to engaging employees, as well as providing advice on pensions, money purchases and ISA rules revamps.

Great organisations know that wellbeing is key for staff to thrive at work - and that when employees believe they have support from their employer, they’re more likely to be engaged, loyal and productive.

But wellbeing strategies go beyond a pat on the back, paid sick leave or a summer party: they encompass all of the ways in which an organisation can encourage employee wellbeing. It also comes in the form of leadership, support, social networks, physical work environment, structured programmes, and, perhaps most importantly, culture.

Read on, for more on this and other issues, in our latest Employee Benefits Review.

 

Summer 2017 articles

Financial education
Article

Financial education – meeting the changing needs of employees

The link between financial anxiety, stress and lower productivity in the UK is increasingly apparent. Financial education as an employee benefit is on the rise.

Money purchase annual allowance
Article

Money purchase annual allowance

Reduction in Money Purchase Annual Allowance captures more salaried pensioners

The role of insured benefits in wellbeing programmes
Article

The role of insured benefits in wellbeing programmes

How to anchor a wellbeing strategy with meaningful benefits programme

Pensions advice allowance
Article

Pensions advice allowance

As part of the newly-introduced pension freedoms, the Pensions Advice Allowance was created to enable scheme members to access financial advice.

ISA rules revamp aids retirement saving options
Article

ISA rules revamp aids retirement saving options

The ISA regime shake up brings huge opportunities for tax efficient savings. What are the changes and how can they help you?

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