Nicholas Price of Kibworth Tax Associates and Natelie Smith of Mulbury Hamilton explain why employee benefit trusts still have a role to play in incentivising employees.
Legal & General has made a series of amendments to its group critical illness product including coverage for more illnesses.
Just one in 20 employers intends to use the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) for auto-enrolment, according to Punter Southall research.
Ellipse has entered the group income protection (GIP) market with the launch of its InteractPlus product which includes an integrated absence management system.
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has set up a multi-employer pension scheme for its members in preparation for auto-enrolment.
Unum has launched a new group income protection (GIP) product targeted at a wider range of employees than most schemes.
Truestone Asset Management has launched a new employee benefits consultancy (EBC) business.
Employers underestimate the importance of the benefits they offer staff after new research revealed half of employees would move jobs for better benefits.
Only 56% of companies procuring staff benefits use a broker, yet 90% of those who do think it is money well spent, Denplan has found.
A new provider of health screening services, HealthScreen UK, has entered the UK employee benefits market.