How a powerful benefit can make the world a better place to work

By Debra Corey, Group Reward Director 

What’s your attitude towards your employee benefits strategy? Is it something that’s been hanging at the bottom of your company’s wish list, or do corporate benefits form a critical part of your Employee Value Proposition?

With UK starting salaries amongst the lowest in Europe, according to recent research from Willis Towers Watson, HR professionals have recognised the advantages that come with offering a comprehensive corporate benefits programme to prospective candidates and existing employees to stretch their disposable income and boost their EVP.

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HR innovators are looking elsewhere besides an annual pay rise to try to reduce the financial burdens of their employees. Sectors of all kinds can benefit from an employee discounts scheme or salary sacrifice benefits that help increase an employee’s bottom line wages, without a lot of expense to the company.

If increasing salaries isn’t within your budget, the next best thing is to help your employees save on expenses. Click here to find out more.