Employee Benefits / Towers Watson flexible benefits research 2014

The Employee Benefits / Towers Watson flexible benefits research 2014 rounds up the latest workplace pensions issues and explores how employers can support their staff in saving for their retirement.

Read the digital edition of the Employee Benefits / Towers Watson flexible benefits research 2014.


Flexible Benefits April 2014

The supplement includes the following articles:


Paul Brown: Fit-for-purpose and well-communicated benefits engage staff

Clare Bettelley: Employee engagement drives flexible benefits growth

Employee Benefits Flexible benefits research 2014: Key findings

Flexible benefits most successful in optimising tax and NI savings

Staff engagement is main objective for flexible benefits

Flexible benefits communications have improved

Cost remains primary barrier to flexible benefits

Proportion of employers offering tax-efficient benefits through flex is rising

One-third of flex plans allow staff to use salary sacrifice

72% offer whole workforce access to same flex plan

Europe tops regions in which employers are considering flex 

Increasing number of employers offer more than 20 benefits via flex

Salary sacrifice cars to see big growth in flex

Emergency eldercare will be fastest-growing flexible benefit

86% of employers offer childcare vouchers

Auto-enrolment has minor impact on flexible benefits plans

28% with flex scheme used it to manage auto-enrolment 

Employers with 1,000+ staff most cost-conscious about flex

84% monitor the cost of flexible benefits

HR increasingly keeps flex savings for its own projects

41% of respondents segment flex communications

Online benefits portal is top flex communication method

Read the digital edition of the Flexible benefits research 2014.


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