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Why do companies have benefits?

Employee Benefits offer a way to:

  • Attract and keep people
  • Contribute towards improving well-being
  • Encourage required behaviours, achievements, values and skills.

However, benefits need to be valued by workers and aligned to wider business goals. To be valued the benefits need to be well communicated.

Given most employers contribute between 5%-15%* of annual salary on benefits, it’s important to get this right.

Decision making steps

Confirm required benefits and budget
Research market place
Implement
Communicate Value to Employees
Launch

What do you need to do?

Every employer must put in place a workplace pension and make mandatory minimum contributions.

What do others do?

Many employers do more than the minimum that is required by law, and instead take the opportunity to show their employees how much they value them.

This offers a win-win situation where employers look to take advantage of improving the overall offering to their employees in a very tax efficient way and the employees enjoy the group benefits which offer far better value than purchasing individual benefits such as pensions, life insurance, healthcare etc…

Typical Benefits Provided by Employers

Workplace Pension
Private Medical Insurance
Group Life Cover
Group Income Protection
Group Critical Illness
Keyman Insurance
Relevant Life Trusts
Shareholder Protection
Executive / Manager Advice
Tax Advice
Pension Contribution Advice

How Can Ablestoke Help You?

Ablestoke can guide you through these various benefit options to ensure that you end with what is right for you.

For example:

  • Do you want to implement different benefits for different categories of employees?

Ablestoke’s years and depth of experience will ensure the best guidance and advice possible.

Employee Financial Education

Communicating the benefits you can provide and the value that they add is vital.

Ablestoke typically provide:

  • Employee Financial Education Webinars & Workshops
  • Employee helpline
  • Discounted personal financial advice (which includes advice on mortgages, old workplace pensions, existing insurance policies)

Ablestoke considers the individuals whole life and goals, not just their working financial life.

Our client charter

We continually strive to improve our professionalism through personal development.

We aim to provide a fully comprehensive service to all of our clients.

We are confident that we will deliver a high-quality service that will be among the best financial services industry.

We continually strive to improve our professionalism through personal development.

We follow the principles of Treating Customers Fairly set out by the Financial Conduct Authority.

If any material interest or conflict of interest should arise in business that we are arranging for you, we will let you know and ask for your consent before we carry out your instructions.

Our processes and procedures follow the guidelines as laid down by our business support network, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

We like to treat our clients as we would expect to be treated. We like to hear how we’ve performed so please feel free to let us know. If you are ever dissatisfied with the service you’ve received we will do our best to put it right.

Quilter financial planning

We choose to be part of Quilter Financial Planning, a network of more than 3,300 financial advisers looking after their clients’ interests throughout the UK.

Quilter Financial Planning is one of the leading financial advice networks in the UK, with a strong track record of delivering great customer solutions.

Quilter Financial Planning itself is part of Quilter, a company with real financial strength that offers long-term security for all its customers.

You can read more about Quilter Financial Planning and Quilter on the website: www.quilterfinancialplanning.co.uk

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