Find out how M&S, Wolseley and ScottishPower are all increasing benefit take-up

Emma Budd

24/06/2015
Categories: HR

At Benefex we work with organisations across a variety of different sectors and sizes, using employee benefits to drive engagement, generate a positive return on investment and streamline administration processes.

This starts with building a business case for employee benefits, developing a fantastic scheme and then driving employee engagement using our RewardHub platform.

Whilst M&S, Wolseley and ScottishPower are very different employers with their own objectives – they’re all celebrating successful schemes. Find out how:

M&S

We worked with M&S to develop a scheme to appeal to all 70,000+ employees.

The impressive results saw a 100% increase on the number of employees who bought extra holiday, and the scheme picked up an award for ‘Best Flexible Benefits Plan’ at the Employee Benefits Awards 2014.

Download our M&S case study to find out more.

ScottishPower

We developed a set of offline total reward statements (TRS) to engage employees with their employee benefits at ScottishPower.

Whilst engagement is often hard to measure with offline TRS, this project included three different versions with attached feedback forms and a competition. The scheme was also nominated for ‘Best Total Reward Statements’ at the Employee Benefits Awards 2015.

Download our ScottishPower case study to find out more.

Wolseley

We worked with Wolseley to meet their objectives of positioning Wolseley as an Employer of Choice, and allowing employees to choose benefits that are important to them.

The scheme not only saw great results and won a Personnel Today Award, but received fantastic feedback from Neil McCawley at Wolseley, who said “having met the team [at Benefex], I knew that we would be able to work really well together”.

Download our Wolseley case study to find out more.

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