Punter Southall Health & Protection, the UK’s leading healthcare and employee specialists is honoured to have contributed to the first Work and Pensions edition of the government’s Parliamentary Review and to offer its insights into the world of employee benefits.
The review analyses the impact of this “significant year in British politics,” with the start of the Brexit negotiations in March and the General Election in June. It focuses on pensions, workplace legislation and key events, such as the triggering of Article 50, the terrorist attack on Parliament and the Grenfell Tower fire.
Punter Southall Health & Protection operates in the health, wellbeing and insurance industry and is one of a just a handful of companies highlighted in the review for best practice within its area of business.
Paul Johnston, CEO of Punter Southall Health & Protection, comments, “It’s a great honour to have been invited to contribute to The Parliamentary Review. As a business, we pride ourselves on our innovative and forward-thinking approach to employee benefits and we are delighted to share our insights within this prestigious publication.
“We recognise the world of work is changing fast and that employers of today demand employee benefits solutions for a modern workforce – we’re working with clients to deliver just that.”
For the second year running, Punter Southall Health & Protection has produced an industry research report focused on wellbeing, ‘Employee Wellbeing Research 2017: The evolution of workplace wellbeing in the UK,’ in association with Reward & Employee Benefits Association (REBA).
Paul Johnston adds, “This review underpins our own research in the wellbeing market, providing essential insights that shape our products and services, insights which we share with clients and interested parties.”