“Eudaimonia; a person's state of happiness and wellbeing, often described as 'human flourishing'”Aristotle
By implementing a successful wellbeing strategy which addresses the needs of the workforce across each of the six pillars, this can have significant benefits to the employer, some of which include:
If you can help your workers save that little bit and take away their financial stop signs, you could take them off the “highway to hell” and help them towards that goal of “livin’ easy, livin’ free”. How do you get there?
A successful relationship is based around the fair generation and sharing of effort and value - and that includes remuneration. Bonus payments are probably the biggest ‘bone of contention’ for employees in terms of who does and doesn’t receive them.
In order for any organisation to be successful, it needs a benefit strategy and supporting policies in place that cover the needs of a diverse workforce. It’s been said lots of times before that a one size fits all approach really doesn’t cut it anymore.
Whether you are a trustee running an occupational scheme, a company offering a master trust scheme or a contract-based scheme, these newsletters help to keep you up to date with elements relevant to your DC arrangement.
The latest Individual Savings Account (ISA), the Lifetime ISA (LISA), launched on 6 April 2017 and is designed to help individuals buy their first home or save for retirement.
The Insurance Act 2015 is a major change to insurance law. It applies to insurance policies which start on or after that date or to any existing policies subject to a rate review or change which are effective on or after that date.
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.
Presenteeism at work has tripled since 2010. Where's your head at? We've interviewed 3,000 UK workers to understand health and wellbeing in the workplace.
Wellbeing is high on the agenda for businesses in the UK – but half of employers don’t feel like they are dealing with mental health effectively.
Surveying the financial wellbeing of 3,000 people, we've discovered some stark findings on how prepared the current UK workforce is for retirement.
Workers on lower salaries feel less comfortable talking to their employer about mental health, according to our Why BWell report. Just two in five of those earning £20,000 - £30,000 a year said they would be happy talking about mental health at work.
We are delighted to be recognised for the third consecutive year at Pension Insight’s DC Awards, being named ‘Financial Wellbeing Consultancy of the Year’.
We've launched BWell Financially to offer bespoke strategies that improve employee financial wellbeing and productivity.