The Benefits Research 2014

Employee Benefits’ Benefits research 2014 is our annual guide to the latest trends in employee benefits.

Read the digital edition of the Benefits research 2014.


The supplement includes the following articles:

Debbie Lovewell-Tuck: Engagement is driving benefits strategies

Key findings

Engagement continues to drive benefits strategies

Recruitment and retention remain employers’ top reason for offering benefits

HR systems most popular technology used to deliver benefits

Benefits cost less than 20% of payroll

Two-thirds plan to increase benefits communication

Pension contributions and childcare vouchers are most popular tax-efficient benefits

PMI and dental insurance most common flexible benefits

Gym membership and retail discounts most popular voluntary benefits

EAPs and pensions top core benefits offered to all staff

Health screening and GPPs most popular new benefits

Employers’ international benefits provision remains steady


Read the digital edition of the Benefits research 2014.