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5 employee benefits that Millennials want

5 employee benefits that Millennials want

Millennials or “Generation Y” represent an increasing share of the workforce, expecting to exceed a third by 2020¹ This younger demographic (typically defined as anyone born between...

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What does the Budget mean for businesses?

What does the Budget mean for businesses?

Philip Hammond’s Budget in March was seen by many as a thinly-veiled attack on small businesses and self-employed workers. Mr Hammond’s first Autumn Budget was his chance to make amends with...

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State Pension update:  essential reading for the under 50s

State Pension update: essential reading for the under 50s

Recent changes announced by the government to the state pension will result in nearly six million people currently in their forties having to wait longer until they can retire. This is a...

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How to combine work/life balance, job satisfaction and retirement

How to combine work/life balance, job satisfaction and retirement

Two of the biggest concerns faced by workers when they reach their 50s and 60s are those of achieving job satisfaction and a work/life balance. Recent studies have offered fresh insight into the...

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Could you live for a week on Statutory Sick Pay?

Could you live for a week on Statutory Sick Pay?

Statutory Sick Pay in the UK is £88.45 per week. But how far does that really stretch – especially with a 15-year-old son to feed? Amanda Curwood, Head of Tactical Projects at LifeSearch, set...

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Mental Health – 3 Reasons why this should be on an employer’s radar

Mental Health – 3 Reasons why this should be on an employer’s radar

Mental Health is a growing concern in today’s workplace – gaining regular coverage in the news and media. The CentreForum Mental Health Commission, recently stated that “all organisations...

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Financial Advice – People who receive this are £40K better off

Financial Advice – People who receive this are £40K better off

A recent study has revealed that people who seek financial advice from an independent financial adviser (IFA) are on average £40,000 better off than those who don’t. The Research The...

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How employee benefits can help engage your staff

How employee benefits can help engage your staff

Ensuring your employees are engaged is vitally important for the success of any business. But how can companies keep their workforce energised and involved? Could an employee benefits package help...

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