Tag Archives: Employee Engagement

dementia

Dealing with dementia in the workplace

Ensuring the wellbeing of your employees is important for caring employers. But the wellbeing of your employees also has an impact on your business. As it is Dementia Awareness Week…

employee engagement

Financial education reduces stress and increases positivity towards employers

Findings from our past two employee benefit surveys have shown that employers believe there is an ever-increasing need for education, mainly due to changes in legislation that can affect their…

retirement support

Employers call on Government to offer more support for working carers

Research published today by Jelf Employee Benefits highlights a gulf in employer knowledge and Government support regarding workers that also double as carers in their non-work time. Over 350 employers…

retirement support

Financially stable employees are good for business

There are many ways you can help your employees to be more focused, productive and engaged at work. Providing them with good benefits that support their lives outside of work…

age discrimination

Beware of the engagement gap between standalone and affinity EAPs, says Jelf Employee Benefits

Statistics show a huge variance in the levels of engagement between ‘lite’ affinity EAPs and those that are offered as a standalone policy, according to Jelf Employee Benefits. Utilisation* figures…

apprenticeship levy

Are your managers financially capable?

As it is Financial Capability Week (@FinCapStrategy) we have been writing on the importance of financial capability of people in the workplace. Earlier this week we posted an article about…

age discrimination

Key reasons staff aren’t engaged with their wider healthcare benefits

Private Medical Insurance (PMI) is one of the most highly valued and utilised employee benefits among staff. Other health and wellbeing benefits can struggle for airtime. Benefits such as Employee…

retirement support

Hachette UK use Jelf Employee Benefits to provide financial education to under 30s

71% of attendees had not received any financial education at school. Hachette UK, one of the UK’s leading publishing groups, appointed Jelf Employee Benefits to provide a financial education workshop…

Flu season

Five and a half reasons why employers should consider financial education, according to Jelf Employee Benefits

HR and EB departments usually understand why it is imperative that employers offer financial education in the workplace but they need to get better at defending the case from a…

Flu season

Jelf Employee Benefits delivering lifestyle and financial education to Associated British Ports

Jelf Employee Benefits is delivering a Lifestyle and Financial Education programme to employees at Britain’s leading port operator, Associated British Ports (ABP). Following a successful pilot in October 2015, the…