B&Q presents case study at Employee Benefits Connect

Janet Mckenzie moves to B&Q

Employers looking to save money on employee benefits should take inspiration from organisations with a limited benefits budget.

Janet Mckenzie (pictured), reward manager at B&Q, will explain how in a session titled Bang for your buck: Keeping your employees happy on a limited benefits budget at Employee Benefits Connect on 27 February.

She said: “If employees don’t know that benefits exist, then money is already being wasted.

“Making sure employees understand is the starting point.”

Other messages Mckenzie will cover during the session will include:

Mckenzie added: “It’s about helping employees make the most of the money they have.

“In retail, we have got a responsibility to make sure that we can make the most of our money and not spend lots on benefits with shiny bells and whistles on them.

Voluntary benefits are a good way forward.”

Employee Benefits Connect will be held at the Westminster Park Plaza on 27 February.

Register now to attend Employee Benefits Connect for free.