The month in numbers: October 2016

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A round-up of some of the key facts and figures related to employee benefits in October 2016:

  • 50% of employee respondents believe that receiving a pay rise would make them feel more valued at work (Source: Capita Employee Benefits) bit.ly/2dRpAnz
  • 77% of employer respondents pay the voluntary living wage because it aligns with their organisation’s values (Source: Middlesex University London/University of Liverpool) bit.ly/2cWH0Sg
  • 65% of UK employee respondents would take a pay cut in exchange for a better work-life balance (Source: LinkedIn) bit.ly/2e8wNTa
  • 27% of employee respondents would welcome guidance on retirement planning from their employer (Source: Portus Consulting) bit.ly/2dXserR
  • 76% of manager respondents believe employee wellbeing is their responsibility (Source: Business in the Community) bit.ly/2dq1XDy
  • 60% of 16-34 year old employee respondents think the Lifetime individual savings account (Lisa) will have a positive impact (Source: Capita Employee Benefits) bit.ly/2dRpAnz