In 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
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.
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 usually known for indulgence.
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.
Even before Covid-19 drastically changed the way we work, awareness of the importance of workplace wellbeing had grown significantly in the last few years. But the three pillars of employee health – mental, physical and financial wellbeing – have all been impacted by the pandemic.
Employee benefits matter. Following the pandemic’s impact on our wellbeing and the upheaval to our working lives, the influence they have on employees and the boost that popular benefits can give to employers is as powerful as ever.
This time last year, none of us could’ve imagined how 2020 would severely test both our home and working lives like nothing in generations.
We’ve dealt with a terrible death toll, the inability to see loved ones, and for many of us, a severe blow to our finances. Businesses throughout the UK have also struggled to keep their heads afloat, sometimes changing the way they work to survive.
Benni has just celebrated its 2nd birthday in September 2020, but if you’re just hearing about Benni for the first time, you’re probably wondering who or what Benni is. Or even if you just need a reminder, here’s how we can help employers provide a range of employee benefits.
For some of us, going to the dentist doesn’t rank too highly on our list of favourite things to do. Whether it’s a phobia or concerns about the cost of treatment, some people put off visiting until there’s a major problem that can’t be ignored. But regular visits to our dentist and hygienist can make a big difference – not only to our health, but to our bank balance.