Good morale in the workplace is key to a successful business. Whatever the size of your business, we will help you to develop a flexible benefits package for your employees that is advantageous for both your company and your workforce. AEON does its best to create a working environment where employees feel supported and appreciated so that they can work at their best.

Employee Benefits

Why do employees go on strike when their benefits are altered? For example, if pension and sick pay arrangements are altered. It’s because employees genuinely value such benefits.

These days, employee benefits are significant in the world of work. In addition to a salary, morale may be boosted with a range of schemes offering financial security and practical support for individuals and their dependents. A benefit package demonstrates that a company cares about its employees. Moreover, provision of such benefits can be significantly more tax advantageous to both the employer and employee than providing an equivalent increase in salary.

In addition, it is important to remember that any benefits arranged may enhance the remuneration for the business owners. Increasingly there is a legislative requirement to provide some benefits, such as the provision of a pension and payment for eye tests.

There are a number of employee benefits to consider including:

  • Group income protection
  • Group critical illness cover
  • Private medical insurance
  • Health cash plans
  • Pension plans
  • Death in service
  • Bike to work schemes
  • Childcare vouchers.

AEON assists companies of all sizes when they are putting in place an employee benefit scheme. We recognise that no two companies are alike, so care is taken to work out both your business requirements and the needs of your staff.  AEON can advise you on the most cost effective and easily managed benefit schemes that will increase staff morale, motivation and loyalty.

To discuss how AEON could help you develop your company’s employee benefit scheme, please contact us for a free, no obligation consultation.