Positive Solutions has partnered with online employee benefits provider Benefex to help businesses prepare for auto-enrolment duties.
Positive Solutions will provide face-to-face pension advice, tailored to the needs of the client and employees. While Benefex will provide access to its online auto-enrolment package EnRoller and give employee benefit guidance.
Positive Solutions chief executive Peter Coleman (pictured) said the partnership was part of its strategy change towards more corporate and employee benefits busines.
Benefex head of strategic alliances, Gethin Nadin, said: "Our aim is to take the burden of auto-enrolment and give companies an intuitive, smart solution tailored to their needs.
"Working in partnership with Positive Solutions will ensure that both companies can offer businesses what we believe to be unrivalled expertise to ease them through the auto-enrolment process."
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