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Briefing: Benefits Design Research 2024

This four-page briefing provides key insights from the REBA Benefits Design Research 2024, published in partnership with Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing, which considers the emerging trends in benefits design for 2024-25.

If you don’t have time to read the full Benefits Design Research 2024, this free download gives you the key findings and actions from the third edition of REBA’s popular research report into employee benefits strategies for just a few minutes of your time.

Compiled from independent research with 234 top companies including; BT Group, HSBC, Marks and Spencer, Unilever and Wolseley UK, this year’s findings show that while there is a focus on streamlining benefits and efficiency gains, plans are afoot for large scale projects that tackle communication, financial and mental wellbeing, as well as for strategic transformations of technology. All eyes will be on measuring effectiveness to secure future funding into 2025.

Check out the full report for more benchmarking data, strategic responses to cost pressures, transformative spend areas, and practical solutions to overcome implementation barriers to best support your workforce.

About the research

Using REBA's extensive membership of 4,400 senior reward and benefits practitioners and a curated database of over 20,000 senior HR contacts, we conducted an online survey in January and February 2024: 234 organisations, representing an estimated 1.5 million employees, took part.

This approach ensured a broad and diverse set of data, reflecting a cross-section of employer sizes and industry sectors in the UK. REBA’s robust methodology helps uncover clear future trends and decision-making patterns among employers. This approach allows REBA to provide reliable insights, helping to guide better decisions in employee reward and benefits practices.

Contributors

Matthew Gregson

Matthew Gregson

Executive Director, Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing

Aidan Lever

Aidan Lever

Research & Insights Director

Dawn Lewis

Dawn Lewis

Content Editor, Reward & Employee Benefits Association

Debi O'Donovan

Debi O'Donovan

Co-founder & Director, Reward & Employee Benefits Association

Anna Scott

Anna Scott

Writer and editor, Reward & Employee Benefits Association

In partnership with Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing

Howden provides insurance broking, risk management and claims consulting services, globally. We work with clients of all sizes to provide dedicated employee benefits & wellbeing consultancy.

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