6th July 2016
Over the last 30 years the workplace has changed dramatically. Today, employees are working longer hours than ever before, changing jobs more frequently and expecting more from their employer when it comes to their physical and mental health.
Not only are employers starting to introduce agile and flexible working, they are also looking to wellbeing programs and employee benefits to help keep their employees happy and healthy.
But with so much change, has the traditional relationship between employer, provider and adviser evolved to reflect this? Do advisers and providers need to work more in partnership with employers to support them?
A recent webinar, produced in conjunction with COVER magazine and Workplace Savings and Benefits (WS&B) magazine asks that very question.
Jonathan Stapleton, editor-in-chief at WS&B and Fiona Murphy, editor at COVER question panellists representing these three groups – Michelle Bradshaw, Compensation & Benefits Director at Oracle, Matthew Gregson, Consulting Director at Thomsons Online Benefits and Liz Walker, HR Director at Unum – to get their perspective on what works well at the moment and what could be improved.