Our Beyond Pensions report reveals that UK employers care about the financial needs of their employees and want to help alleviate their financial stress, but are not hitting the spot.
Surveying the financial wellbeing of 3,000 people, we've discovered some stark findings on how prepared the current UK workforce is for retirement.
50% of employers are concerned that DC is not being used for its primary purpose
Why BWell 2017 questioned full and part time UK workers to determine the overall level of wellbeing and happiness in the workplace.
Our ‘Generation WHY? survey, now in its third year, highlights important generational attitudes and perspectives towards money matters as well as savings and how personal affluence affects outlook.
We surveyed over 300 employees throughout May and June 2016, across a wide range of locations, age groups and affluence levels. Comparing trends and results from last years survey, we reveal insights into what wellbeing in the workplace looks like today.
The workplace wellbeing index is based on an online survey carried out in June and July 2015. The survey received 84 usable responses from employers across all regions of the UK.
Our Generation why? survey, launched in 2014, helps us to gain a better understanding of generational attitudes and perspectives towards saving and money matters, and how an individual’s affluence influences their thinking.
Following the introduction of the new pension freedoms, many studies have researched how employees’ attitudes have changed in relation to retirement saving. However, no studies (until now) have asked employers how their attitudes have changed.
Our Why BWell? Survey has been designed to help gain better understanding of what wellbeing means to current UK employees against our Six Pillars of Employee Wellbeing - job security, financial security, health, support, protection and work/life balance.