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Barnett Waddingham
0333 11 11 222
We believe that all employers have unique health, protection and wellbeing risks; our solutions are designed to be tailored to target those specific risks whatever they may be.

Our philosophy

Our workplace health solution is divided into two distinct but complimentary areas; our core services and our bespoke wellbeing proposition BWell.  

We believe that our clients should benefit from a solid foundation of great administration and timely procurement while also benefiting from innovative consultancy that is tailored to them and provides a return on investment. Independently they are what our clients need, together they are what our clients deserve.

Core services





our consultancy is based around our philosophy of tailoring benefits in order to achieve a return on investment. 


we believe in setting out processes in advance with service level agreements that match the importance of the task and the need of our clients.


our procurement solutions are centred around our re-broking and provider selection capabilities and we undertake regular due-diligence on the market to ensure our panel of insurers remain fit for purpose.

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