Report / 22 Jun 2018

Employee Engagement and Benefits Special Report

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For organisations to operate at the highest level, their workforce must be as engaged as they are talented, and there are a number of ways to achieve this.

The Employee Engagement & Benefits special report, published in The Times, covers how having friends at work and employers offering time off as an incentive can boost productivity, and how neuroscience can provide insights into employee sentiment.


We love the infographic covering all you need to know about avoiding work-life imbalance and the features on how maintaining engaged employees can safeguard a company’s sustainability and value.

Check out the article on page seven by our Head of Employer Services, Sue Pemberton, about how benefits could be a key differentiation for employee retention after Brexit.

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