Employee benefits

Over a third of mid-sized employers say their overall employee benefits package costs more than 20 per cent of salary, according to Towers Watson’s Benefits HealthCheck survey. The results also show...
Awareness of auto-enrolment among smaller firms employing fewer than 250 is low with less than a year to April 2014 when companies employing between 50 and 250 staff are due to begin offering...
Standard Life’s recently launched new employee benefits portal, Lifelens, has already attracted big names, including IBM and Standard Chartered Bank (a client of Mercer). A further 10 blue chip...
Workers increasingly see pensions as the best way to save for retirement and as the most important employee benefit employers can offer. But they have become less confident their pension will...
Many UK companies have not reviewed their pension arrangements for internationally mobile employees (IMEs) since before 6 April 2006 even though that the single tax regime introduced significant...