The right Employee Benefits package is crucial for businesses to attract and retain talent.
Imagine starting a new job and discovering from the Employee Benefits Booklet that:
- If you are suffering from an illness or injury you will have access to private healthcare treatment. Following a GP referral, you will have a choice of location, hospital and specialist/consultant that is convenient for you.
- If unfortunately, you continue to be off work due to illness or injury, you will continue to receive up to 80% of your salary. You will receive occupational therapy support and access to other support services. You will receive an income until you return to work or reach the scheme’s cease age (often state pension age).
- If the worst was to happen, and you were to be diagnosed with a critical illness or to pass away that you or your family would receive a cash lump sum payment. At a time of need, your family would be supported financially whilst more important issues are dealt with.
- If you develop and complete your career with the company you will have a valuable pension fund to provide you with sufficient benefits to give you a comfortable retirement.
As an employer, you can provide all or some these benefits for your employees.
Not only can it result in lower absenteeism and a healthier workforce – but it will help you retain and attract important and talented employees.
No matter the size of your business or the budget available, an employee benefits package is available.
We can help advise, implement and communicate your employee benefits and contribute to making your employees feel more valued and cared for.
If you require more detailed information and advice on a new or existing employee benefits package then contact us on 01603 760 866 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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