Welcome to the new-look Employee Benefits!

Debbie Lovewell-Tuck

By now, you will have noticed that Employee Benefits has a brand-new look. This is a complete transformation, across the magazine, the website, and, for the first time ever, our logo.

Those of you who came to Employee Benefits Live back in September may have noticed the sneak peek we gave you of what was to come, but now we are proud to present to you the new look in its entirety.

Since we launched 18 years ago, Employee Benefits has worked hard to establish its position as the industry’s market-leading, go-to publication. During that time, we have undergone several transformations aimed at providing you with the best-possible reader experience. Now, it’s time for a new phase in our evolution – and one that I’ve been very excited about since becoming editor just under a year ago.

Employee Benefits is renowned for quality feature articles, giving high-level strategic insights into issues for experienced benefits professionals, as well as back-to-basics introductions for readers who may be new to the industry or who are looking for a refresher on a particular benefit.

This will continue to be our main focus going forward. Despite our new look, our core values remain unchanged. As well as the same quality of features you have come to expect, we will also continue to keep you up to date with all the breaking industry news online, as well as bringing you the latest views and opinions from some of the finest minds in benefits.

What has changed is how we present these to you, particularly online, where we have greatly enhanced the user experience to reflect how many of you now consume online media.

We all hope you like what we’ve done with the new look but I’d love to hear what you think. Email me at [email protected] or tweet me @DebbieLovewell.

Debbie Lovewell-Tuck