REBA/JLT Employee Benefits Shifts Research 2016
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This is the first of a series of research reports from the Reward & Employee Benefits Association in which we take a snapshot of the current state of employee benefits provision in the UK.
The indepth knowledge you need in 2016
This 40-page, indepth research captures an interesting moment in the life of employee benefits and reward. A variety of seemingly unrelated shifts are conspiring to keep reward and benefits managers forever fighting change.
But more importantly, we analyse what is changing, why it is changing and how these changes are manifesting in reward and employee benefits strategies.
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group reward & pensions director
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EMEA reward director, group HR
Compensation & benefits director
Make sure you know the emerging trends in employee benefits ...in 2016 and beyond!
Find out 2016 spending and strategic priorities
The research sets out what reward and employee benefits professionals will prioritise and spend more on in 2016, and further into the future.
About the survey
The survey was carried out online in August and September 2015. Responses were received from 286 pay, reward and benefits specialists working across a variety of organisation sizes and industry sectors.
Page 06 Executive summary - employee benefits trends in 2016 and beyond
Page 10 Practitioner view - what leading reward and benefits directors say
Page 12 Pensions - DC pensions increase in popularity
Page 16 Group insurances - group risk to move to flex
Page 19 Company cars - the rise and rise of salary sacrifice
Page 22 Health and wellbeing - wellness in rude health
Page 24 Annual leave - holidays to be bought and sold
Page 26 Additional perks - discount perks see tech boost
Page 29 2016 and beyond - future spending and strategic priorities
Page 36 Conclusion - existing benefits will be disrupted
Page 37 Appendix 1: About the survey
Page 38 Appendix 2: About REBA and JLT
Page 39 Appendix 3: Full list of respondents
About the author
Graham Brown is a specialist researcher within HR, pay and employee benefits.
He previously headed up employee benefits research at Incomes Data Services (IDS) producing surveys, insight reports, in-depth research and case studies on all aspects of total reward – including pensions, share schemes, company cars, bonus schemes and flexible benefits.
After 12 years at Thomson Reuters (IDS), Graham is now a freelance writer, researcher and editor specialising in all areas of HR, including: pay and reward, employee benefits, training and development, recruitment and employee relations.
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