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Barnett Waddingham
0333 11 11 222
Our services for wellbeing cover three distinct areas
  • BWell – wellbeing solution which includes a detailed workforce analysis, wellbeing strategy build and ongoing governance
  • Core service – consultancy, administration and procurement of all health, protection and wellbeing products and insurances
  • Me2 – engagement portal that connects the wellbeing strategy with the end user; the employee

Once the areas of concern are identified through BWell we then turn to building a wellbeing strategy that combats these risks.

Analysis and governance

Following successful completion of the analysis and build phase we conduct annual governance reviews to ensure the strategy remains fit for purpose, provide management information on return on investment and further analysis to determine whether the wellbeing risks within the institution have changed.


Following a strategy build we also offer full policy consultancy, administration and procurement to take the burden of policy management away from our Higher Education (HE) clients.  We provide this service on all policies ranging from life assurance and private medical cover to dental, travel and health screenings.

Employee engagement

Finally we also provide an employee-focussed solution called Me2 which is an employee engagement portal allowing the employee to interact with the wellbeing strategy and the products that sit within it. The portal is intuitive and provides individual guidance on areas of concern and is focussed around our six pillars of wellbeing.

Related knowledge and resources


  • May 23 2018
    Is your organisation fit for the future?

    The value created by employees in a healthy organisation is vital to achieving long-term sustainable business success. How healthy is your organisation? It could be time for a check-up.

    Location: Webinar

  • Jul 11 2017
    To DC or not DC? Should you implement a Defined Contribution (DC) pension scheme?

    With Defined Benefit (DB) schemes in the Higher Education sector seeing a steady increase in costs, institutions are considering whether to move a proportion of their staff onto a DC scheme. We look at key issues when thinking about setting up a DC scheme

    Location: Webinar

  • The FA: understanding the needs of employees

    The FA recognises the benefits that a positive employee culture has on meeting performance targets. A forward thinking, progressive organisation, The FA was keen to develop an employee wellbeing strategy

  • Long service and implications on annual allowance

    We were asked to advise a leading University in relation to its senior staff. Particular issues arose with one senior staff member with long service and he had exceeded the Annual Allowance (AA) (£50,000) in each of the last 3 tax years.

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