'EXCELLECT' AND THE EXCELLECT LOGO ARE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS.

 

’EXCELLECT’ IS A TRADING NAME OF SELECT-UK EMPLOYEE BENEFITS LIMITED AND SELECT-UK INSURANCE BROKING LIMITED. ​

 

SELECT-UK EMPLOYEE BENEFITS LIMITED (09267266) AND SELECT-UK INSURANCE BROKING LIMITED (09274561) ARE REGISTERED IN ENGLAND AND WALES.SELECT-UK INSURANCE BROKING LIMITED IS AN APPOINTED REPRESENTATIVE OF HEALTHNET SERVICES LIMITED WHO ARE AUTHORISED AND REGULATED BY THE FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY, FIRM REFERENCE NUMBER IS 312313. 

 

NOT ALL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES OFFERED ARE REGULATED BY THE FCA. 

 

SELECT-UK EMPLOYEE BENEFITS LIMITED IS REGISTERED IN THE UK FOR VAT: REGISTRATION NUMBER 214083149  

Unhappy with your current workplace benefit package?

January 4, 2017

 

According to research by Canada Life Group insurance, 44% of employees looking to change jobs in the New Year would agree with you!

 

A survey carried out from 1002 full and part time respondents found that 74% were unhappy with their current benefit package, this playing a significant role in their decision to look for a new job in the new year.

 

24% of employees looking for a new role were not receiving any benefits in their current position with 27% of staff having never had their benefits made known to them.

 

46% of employees admit they would rethink their decision of a job change if employee benefits became available to them.

 

Marketing Director at Canada life Paul Avis states “The start of the new year acts as a natural prompt for many employees to consider their futures. Employers must be aware that members of their workforce could be tempted to head for the door, although offering the right benefits package can help prevent organisations from losing valuable staff.

 

“It’s time for employers to recognise that employee benefits, and crucially, effectively communicating their availability, are effective retention tools in the war for talent. Products like group income protection and group critical illness demonstrate to staff that their employer values their wellbeing and cares about their financial security, making them more inclined to stay.”

 

One the most important factors of running a successful business is keeping your staff happy. By providing them with incentives will boost their overall health and moral and will therefore maximise their productivity.

 

Need to increase your appeal?

 

Boost staff moral?

 

Increase your staff performance?

 

Then give Excellect a call to talk over your options for happier, loyal staff in 2017.

 

 

 

Why Should I Use A Private Medical Insurance Broker? 

April 20, 2017 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unhappy Staff?- Is Low Morale Costing Your Business? 

March 28, 2017 

 

 

 

 

Why Should I Offer Employee Benefits To My Staff?

January 11, 2017 

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Please reload

Recent Posts

October 29, 2019

October 5, 2019

January 10, 2018

Please reload