Upcoming launch of higher employer and employee minimum contributions offers chance to highlight value of employee benefits to clients, research by MetLife UK has revealed
Employee benefit consultants (EBCs) believe that while the rise of minimum contribution rates - from 1% of salary to 2% for employers and from 1% to 3% for employees - this April may be challenging for the market, it is an ideal opportunity to sell the appeal of employee benefits more effectively, a survey by Metlife UK has found. Of the 202 EBCs questioned, 85% said auto-enrolment, which came into effect five years ago, has delivered a step-change in funding for benefits. Since it came into...
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