Benefits Communication Key trends for 2013 (Whitepaper)

Improving benefits communication represents the biggest opportunity for many organisations to ensure their investment delivers results for the business, while ensuring employees take full advantage of what they are offered in this part of the reward mix.

We have digested recent workplace research into trends which will have an impact on benefits communication to help with your planning. Here are the six trends we think every organisation needs to consider:

Pensions auto enrolment

This year is when pensions auto enrolment will hit the majority of UK businesses, with the 33,700 mid-sized businesses with 500 people or more effected from November.

Unsurprisingly, in the 2013 Employee Benefits Magazine Research 62% of organisations said dealing with auto enrolment was a key driver of benefits strategy this year.

In our own research earlier this year, only a third of organisations say they will take the opportunity to use auto enrolment as an opportunity to review the full benefit strategy.

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Author: Edenred UK | Category: Whitepaper | 19/07/2013 | 0

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