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The generation gap: research by Epoq reveals that younger employees are more satisfied with the range and relevance of benefits than their older colleagues.

A survey of 1,234 employees carried out by Opinium on behalf of Epoq has revealed that employees in their 20s and 30s are more satisfied with the range of benefits available to them, with 52% of employees in their 20s and 47% in their 30s agreeing that their employer offers a wide range of benefits. […]

Webinar: What’s missing in today’s employee wellbeing programmes?

Wednesday 18th April 2018 – 10:00 – 10:20 Our research has shown that: • 93% of people have experienced at least one consumer rights/legal problem* • 54% of problems are left unresolved* • 43% of people feel frustrated; 36% feel angry* • 59% do not have a Will* What can employers do to help employees […]

Increasing the engagement of older employees: how a legal services benefit can help

Recent figures by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed that the UK now has more than 10 million workers aged fifty and above1; a figure likely to increase over the years as the age at which people can take their state pensions rises. What does this mean for employers keen to keep their workforce […]

10 reasons to give insurance customers access to an online legal service

The results of our latest customer satisfaction survey are in and, once again, show how much value policyholders attach to our online legal service when provided as an addition to their policy. This is what they told us: “A good service it encourages me to renew my policy.” “Great add on service to my insurance.” […]

The government’s Good Work Plan – business as usual for the time being

You may recall that last July (2017), Matthew Taylor published a Government-commissioned review called ‘Good Work’ which included numerous suggestions as to how our working lives could be improved. The Government has now responded with a press release that they’ve called a ‘Good Work plan’. In particular, the Government says that vulnerable workers’ holiday and […]

Legal changes – what businesses should expect in 2018

In December last year, we provided some New Year’s resolutions for employers. But it’s not just employment law that changes. Here we outline some of the other key legal changes we’d suggest you prepare for. Failing to prevent tax evasion This new offence came into force on 30 September 2017, and makes businesses vicariously liable […]

Epoq Legal’s 2017 Activity Round-up

As 2017 draws to a close, we’re pleased to provide a round-up of Epoq’s research, whitepapers, articles and other activities which you may have missed during the year. Just click on the links below to read more. And, if you’d like to discuss any of the services or topics featured, please don’t hesitate to get […]

Whitepaper: What’s missing in today’s employee wellbeing programmes?

Wellbeing programmes have become central to the benefit schemes of many employers today. Often including health insurance, medical services, counselling and gym membership, these programmes are designed to increase employee engagement, productivity and loyalty. But are there any additional services that could be included to create a more rounded wellbeing programme? In our latest whitepaper, […]