Over 80% of employees value pension, health, legal and protection services ahead of 'softer' benefits such as gym membership (62%) and childcare vouchers (41%), according to Epoq's new research.
This was the case across all age groups, aside from the 18 - 24-year-old category where gym membership appears in joint second place at 92% alongside critical illness insurance. The research was carried out by Opinium on Epoq's behalf (May 2017) and surveyed 2,002 nationally representative UK adults. Epoq further surveyed attitudes to legal assistance through the workplace. The research found that only just over two-fifths of respondents (41%) had a Will, the majority of whom...
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