According to Capita’s 2016/17 Employee Insight survey, two-thirds of employees (65%) expected their employer to provide guidance on the employee benefits available, and how appropriate each benefit might be to them and their family.1
It’s little surprise that Dry January and Veganuary are now pretty much staples of a new year.
There’s no better motivator to kick-off a commitment to a new you than after a holiday often known for indulgence.
You don’t need insightful surveys to know that boosting employee engagement and motivation can deliver real benefits to business performance.
When we’re raring to go, we bring our best to the job in hand.
As we approach the end of the year, we take a look at the changes in employee benefits that shaped the workplace in 2019 and highlight the trends you should look out for in the year to come.
For many people, the festive season can be a difficult time. Those who may be struggling with their mental health can find Christmas to be an added source of stress, rather than a chance to rest and recuperate.
Unlike their bigger competitors, small to medium-sized businesses may lack the budget, time, awareness or manpower to create a suite of employee benefits that match the needs of their people.
With 2020 fast approaching, a top priority for many businesses over the next few weeks is developing a strategy that makes best use of the annual budget.
Even when money is tight, pragmatic decisions at the planning stage can help you to ensure the main areas of your business are accounted for. We've highlighted a few aspects to consider...
According to Cancer Research UK, 1 in 2 of us will develop cancer at some point in our lives1, while Macmillan predicts that 4 million people will be living with cancer in 20302. So how can employers best support a member of staff working with cancer?
The Benni team joined more than 2,000 attendees and exhibitors at ExCel London for Employee Benefits Live over October 1st and 2nd for what proved to be an inspiring and thought-provoking event. But what were the key trends employers wanted to know about?
Adding employee benefits to your company’s offering in 2020 and beyond doesn’t necessarily require any investment, but it might reap a number of rewards.