Companies sought for survey on employee benefits in the life science industry


Leading employee benefits and wealth management services business Mattioli Woods is looking for employers in the life science, pharmaceutical and biotech industries who would like to participate in a World Broker Network (WBN) Global Employee Benchmarking Survey on “Benefits in the Life Science Industry”.

This short survey will gather information about the employee benefits offered by life science, pharmaceutical and biotech companies in ten different countries, with the results to be presented to a group of such companies at the WBN Conference in San Diego in April 2016.

Alan Fergusson, employee benefits director at Mattioli Woods, who also sits on the board of the WBN, said that “many life science, pharmaceutical and biotech companies are headquartered in the San Diego area. To be given this exciting opportunity to present these findings on behalf of the UK as part of the Worldwide Broker Network conference in San Diego next year is fantastic”.

"We have many clients in this field ourselves but are looking to widen the scope as far we can in the UK to include as many relevant employers as possible. We have a short and concise survey this time around, but we plan to develop this further in due course."

Mattioli Woods is one of the UK's leading wealth management and employee benefits consultants. With seven offices throughout the UK, and global reach through the WBN, it delivers employee benefit solutions to over 600 employers with a focus on attraction retention, motivation and engagement.

The WBN is the largest fully integrated global network of independent insurance property and casualty brokers and employee benefit advisers in the world. WBN has representation in over 100 countries and 500 cities worldwide.

Any company interested in participating should contact Alan Fergusson - alan.fergusson@mattioliwoods.com.

This article was provided by Mattioli Woods.

 

 


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