Leicester City Council and telecommunications firm BT have been shortlisted in the Best pensions communications category at the Employee Benefits Awards 2022.
This accolade celebrates employers that have implemented effective strategies to engage employees with their retirement savings and financial wellbeing.
The full category shortlist is:
- BNP Paribas
- Credit Suisse/Trustee of the Credit Suisse Group UK Pension Fund
- Leicester City Council
Last year, Lloyd’s Register won the Best pensions communications award. The judges felt the organisation had a clear vision, and demonstrated an understanding of the issue faced. They were impressed with how it listened to its employees and its positive engagement results, which showed a good level of detail from strategy to delivery.
Gregory Allen, global resourcing director at Lloyd’s Register, said: “In a world with a lot of young people, pensions aren’t always what they think about. But Lloyd’s Register has always believed in investing in people’s tomorrow. We really focus on our people and the future of our people. Not just in their career but also in how they live the rest of their lives. I’m over the moon that we won; it’s nice to be nominated but to win has blown me away.”
The 20th annual Employee Benefits Awards ceremony will be at the Honourable Artillery Company, London on Friday 24 June, which will enable reward, benefits and HR professionals to recognise and celebrate the work carried out during 2021 by teams and organisations.
Guests can look forward to a champagne reception, three-course lunch and an after-party that will include live music, dodgems, a carousel and a big wheel in the venue’s private grounds.
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