Employee Benefits Success Stories
If you’re interested in employee benefits, what better way to learn more than to see how some top brands arrange theirs? Take a look at how we’ve helped top companies to tailor their schemes, and get their people engaged in employee benefits, in a way that’s right for them.
Stopgap are a small business with just over 40 employees, based in Greater London, they specialised in recruitment - placing great people in great marketing roles. They were the first recruitment team to focus on the diverse and dynamic world of marketing, creative and digital. Stopgap hadn't conducted a pension review in years and wanted to ensure that the best terms were in place for their organisation and staff. They also wanted to improve employee engagement around pensions and ensure that they could help people with their financial planning.
FIS provides financial software, services and global business solutions. FIS aimed to improve their financial wellbeing offering to employees. Aon began by mapping out how they could to build up the awareness and education for their current financial wellbeing programme, rather than adding new benefits.
Bird & Bird
Bird & Bird is an international law firm with over 1,300 lawyers in 29 offices across Europe, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific and North America. Bird & Bird engaged with Aon to launch a new refreshed, updated platform for their UK population with a new modern brand, which encompasses all the benefits they offer, including their onsite benefits for both their employees and Partners.
Aon's Risk Forecaster
Aon's Risk Forecaster analyses & quantifies absence data, health data & premium trends & benchmarks performance enabling us to calculate the total cost of health & project future premium spend. A risk profiling exercise was conducted using data obtained by major health related benefits on behalf of Client Y to support its wider employee health strategy. Aon used its range of modelling tools, market knowledge & consultancy expertise to reveal a number of key findings.
In 2008, we were selected by HSBC, one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations, to launch a flexible benefits plan. The plan had to support the diverse needs of their 48,000 UK employees across their retail, investment and share services functions. To add further complexity, it was necessary to phase the launch with two enrolment periods in the first year, to accommodate some significant benefit changes that the bank needed to make.
Monster is a global provider of job seeking, career management, recruitment and talent management products and services employing over 4,000 staff globally. Monster has a highly professional, knowledgeable, sales orientated workforce aged predominately between 25-35 who found workplace savings/pensions of little interest – just 41% were members of the Company pension scheme.
The FSCS sought a modern and compelling reward package that brought value to its employees and offered comprehensive choice and flexibility that could be sources from one place.
The introduction of a new GPP revolutionised Misys existing fragmented and unsustainable scheme by simplifying a complicated, time-hungry process, creating a superior employee offering and creating cost-efficiencies across the business.
easyJet had been running voluntary benefits with a different provider. Their objective when going to the market was to develop and enhance their reward package by allowing employees to select their own rewards through a 'one stop solution', offering voluntary benefits, flexible benefits and online total reward statements, alongside an employee helpdesk.
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