Educate & Engage | Employee Insight series 2017

How do employees want to be communicated with?

What support and guidance do employees now expect from their employer?

Our new research report draws from a survey of some 1,800 UK employees in January 2017 and highlights:

  • Employee attitudes to how their employer communicates to them on the benefits they provide... and want they want
  • The importance of guidance when it comes to providing benefits, not just choice
  • Financial education - in demand, in need
  • How employees want to be benchmarked against their peers
  • The pensions terminology barriers
  • The importance of turning passives into active pension savers
  • The wider financial wellbeing of employees and factors that could affect their decision-making process 


The report is available to download!

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About the research methodology

The research is based on the results and findings from our own online survey of UK employees, as well as drawing from a wide variety of different sources, such as the Office for National Statistics, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Google Trends and Ofcom.

We commissioned an online survey of 1,801 UK employees aged 16+ which was conducted between 6 January to 18 January 2017. Participants in the research were all members of the Research Now survey panel.

Employee Insight Report 2016

65% expect their employer to provide guidance on benefits.

Pension Scheme Insight Report 2016

Administration has received board level attention for 51% of pension schemes and a further 14% of schemes believe this is imminent.

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