Retiring from regulation
Some 85% of employees are more likely to work for employers offering clearly labelled benefits, research from Canada Life has found.
Mark Witte analyses the implications of some of the key conclusions of Aon's 2017 UK Health Survey of 200 organisations, including the growing recognition of the importance of an emotional health offering
Embark Group and Mazars have consolidated their employee benefits businesses - to be renamed 'Vested' - while Mazars will acquire financial planning firm RCL Consultancy from Embark.
Firms that fail to put processes in place to meet the requirements of MiFID II now will undoubtedly feel the strain - both financially and operationally - in the near future, warns Matt Riordan
Group risk experts have reacted to the government's release of its roadmap which followed up on the 'Improving Lives Green' paper.
The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) has released details of its roadmap to improve working lives for sick and disabled people, following the publication of the 'Improving Lives' green paper.
AXA PPP healthcare has appointed Soraya Chamberlain as head of corporate sales and strategic accounts.
8,000 firms receive paper invoices
John Ritchie puts together seven steps to unlocking the growth in the group protection markets.
The future of the 'Work, health and disability: Improving Lives' green paper 'roadmap' is currently uncertain as Penny Mordaunt MP has left her role as minister of state for disabled people, health and work following a cabinet reshuffle.
ABI Mental Health conference: Dame Carol Black warns about companies 'plastering over the cracks' with small health incentives
Dame Carol Black has warned that companies may be 'plastering over the cracks' with small wellbeing gestures and should begin with flexibility and accountability for a truly healthy workplace.
Updated from ABI Mental Health conference: Penny Mordaunt MP welcomes industry protection statements
Penny Mordaunt MP has welcomed the development of a prototype workplace protection statement to support individuals to take action on their protection needs.
Innovation, digitalisation, speed of transaction, ease of purchase and growing the market aren't terms commonly associated with the group protection space. But they should be says Malcolm Robertson
Provider contribution idea welcomed
‘Time to seek advice’
COVER is hosting a webinar discussing the role of dental plans within an employee benefits strategy; in partnership with Simplyhealth.
Zurich, in collaboration with the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at the University of Oxford, has published the UK recommendations from its report, 'Embracing the income protection gaps challenge: options and solutions'.
Simon Thomas, Director - UK Employee Benefits, Generali on why you should be getting your insurer to work harder for you
Unum discusses five ways brokers play an important part in the workplace mental health agenda.
Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) and Zurich have signed a deal under which LBG will acquire Zurich's UK workplace pensions and savings business with assets under administration of more than £15 billion and circa 500,000 customers.
Generali UK has partnered with Mental Health at Work in the latest of the insurer's Wellbeing Investment Matching partnerships.
Following World Mental Health Awareness Day, Fiona Murphy discusses the issues and asks: how can UK employers offer employees with mental health conditions better support?
Ellipse have announced today an extension of their current group income protection range, with the launch of a new product, Sick Pay, which will be offered to advisers alongside their current Sick Pay Complete offering.