news Top 10 most read stories this week By Employee Benefits 9th August 2013 3:00 am 3rd November 2015 5:16 pm 1. Government consults on tax-free childcare 2. Employee Benefits/Capita research: First auto-enrollers less likely to wait for staging date 3. William Hill staff to receive £3.5m sharesave payout 4. HSBC to launch new global employee share plan 5. John Lewis extends physiotherapy service to all staff 6. London Overground launches online voluntary benefits plan 7. LCP research: FTSE 100 pension deficits at £43 million 8. Royal Mail offers eye screening for staff 9. Money Advice Service research: Most Britons think 20s is ideal time to start pension savings 10. Employee Benefits/Capita research: Group personal pensions most popular among employers news Share schemes HSBC to launch new global employee share plan news Pensions LEBC Group auto-enrols staff one year early news Healthcare and wellbeing Employees would consider using dental plans if available news Recommendations published on benefits tax rules news Financial education Pensions Jelf launches annuity service as standalone product Latest ArticlesComments Analysis Voluntary benefits What are the most effective forms of communicating voluntary benefits? Case studies Voluntary benefits Assurant uses employee forums for face-to-face benefits communication Opinion Voluntary benefits Sally Hart: What are the latest trends in promoting voluntary benefits? news Benefits for carers Just 22% of New Zealand employers offer parental leave on equal terms Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.