Busy Bees Benefits launches new smart employee benefits platform
Busy Bees Benefits, a long-established employee benefits provider based in Staffordshire, has announced the launch of its brand new, cost-effective benefits platform: Smart Hive.
Accessible from any device, Smart Hive will allow employers to provide fully funded and voluntary benefits through salary deduction, all branded to suit their organisation.
“We are so excited to take our service offering to a new level” said Wojciech Dohan, managing director at Busy Bees Benefits. “The launch of the digital platform will further strengthen our approach as the smarter solution to employee benefits.”
The Smart Hive platform meets the needs of UK businesses wanting to bring together their employee benefits in a cost-effective way. It is easy to use and simplifies and streamlines employees’ access to a full range of benefits that reward, engage and protect.
The Smart Hive platform is hassle-free, quick to set-up and a fully customisable solution for organisations looking to put their own stamp on the benefit schemes they provide. The platform includes a message facility whereby employers can communicate with staff and has a reporting and analytics service that keeps employers updated on how their organisation is using the platform.
Busy Bees Benefits work with more than 16,500 employers across the UK. If you would like more information on Busy Bees Benefits and Smart Hive, please visit their website.
This sponsored article was provided by Busy Bees Benefits.
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