Making the news…

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From time to time we like to update our followers on the range of media coverage that Jelf Employee Benefits generate on a regular basis.  So below is a selection of coverage and topics from last month which we hope you will find of interest.

  • Our own Katie Vye has penned this article for HR News on why Financial Education can pay dividends for both employers and employees.
  • No less than three of our team (Doug Rice, David Hilton and Adam Harding) are quoted in this article from Relocate Global Magazine on Global Health & Wellbeing.
  • Of course Brexit has featured in much of our output over the last few months – and our survey results featured in this article makes it plain that employers (and HR departments in particular) may face some new challenges as a result of this decision by the UK electorate.
  • A recent case study by Jelf Employee Benefits – and our client Associated British Ports (ABP) – shows the value of providing Financial Education to employees at different stages of their careers.  This is well worth a read for any organisation considering introducing such an offering.

This is just a small slice of the coverage achieved last month.

As ever, we will keep you posted on such topics both here and at our seminars and events.

Best regards

Steve

Wellbeing at WorkInternationalProtection/RiskWorkplace Pensions and SavingsWorkplace Benefits Platform

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Steve Herbert is an award-winning thought leader on Pensions and Employee Benefit issues. His principal aim is better communicating the value and usage of employee benefits to employers. This he has achieved through many (highly successful) seminar series over the last decade, and his regular and widely read blog posts on the subject.
He also acts as a judge in HR and Employee Benefits industry awards, article writer, and product innovator. Steve is a regular contributor to DWP forums and compulsive responder to formal Government Consultations on pension and employee benefit issues. He is occasionally accused of making employee benefits interesting.