Build on existing values to create a healthier and happier workforce
Looking after your employee’s health and wellbeing enables employers to reward and motivate their staff, and can also help an employer to meet their duty of care.
Employment can have both a positive and a negative impact on our physical and mental health. Outside influences, be they financial, familial or health related, will also take their toll.
Health and wellbeing initiatives reward and motivate staff and will also go some way towards meeting your duty of care as an employer. A healthy and well-motivated workforce will significantly improve the productivity and effectiveness of a business.
We help employers build strategies including the use of:
We will take the time to understand your needs and will provide you with advice to ensure that your benefits package offers robust, cost-effective solutions to help you protect your business and its staff.
Our in-depth knowledge of group risk products, insurance markets and employer legislation ensures we are able to advise you successfully in managing your group risk benefits, achieving the best possible return on your investment.
The specialist areas we cover include:
‘The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Employee Benefit Services.’
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Often referred to as ‘core’ benefits, if you the employer pay for it then it’s our aim to ensure you get a return on your investment through increased staff awareness and appreciation.
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Salary Sacrifice/Exchange works by exchanging part of an employee’s remuneration from cash; on which PAYE tax and NICs are due, to non-cash benefits that are wholly or partially exempt from tax and NICs.
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