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Expert advice on company benefits for employees

In today’s hyper-competitive world, companies are always striving to attract the best and brightest recruits they can. One of the many ways they do this is by offering employee benefits.

Employee benefits are bonuses given in addition to your actual salary or wage. They encompass a wide range of perks and rewards, from major ones like equity stakes to more minor ones like free gym memberships. Aside from using them to attract top-level talent, employers offer benefits to enhance job satisfaction, reduce employee turnover, and improve overall well-being. Whether you’ve just started a new role or have already been at the company for years, it’s not always clear which benefits you’re entitled to, and to what extent. That’s why it’s always helpful to get guidance from a team of employee benefit specialists. At Lester Brunt, we advise employees from all walks of life on the benefits they’re entitled to and how to make the most of them. Our friendly and knowledgeable team is dedicated to providing clear advice, giving you the information to make informed decisions.

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Why seek advice on employee benefits?

Our advisers can help you find out what benefits you're entitled to, as well as assessing whether there are gaps in the additional benefits your employer is offering. We can also help you understand how to best utilise your employee benefits, making sure they work as hard as possible for you. Careful management of employee benefits can help with saving you money and improving your work/life balance. We’ll sit down with you to get a clear understanding of your current work situation and make sure you have a clear understanding of the options available to you.

Advising employees across the UK for over ten years


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What we offer

What employee benefits do we advise on?

We have experience advising on a wide range of employee benefits, with some of the most common including:

  • Health insurance: Your employer may provide health insurance coverage, either fully or partially, to help you cover medical expenses, including doctor visits, hospital stays, and prescriptions.
  • Retirement plans: Your employer should offer you a retirement savings plan where you can contribute a portion of your income to save for you and your family’s future.
  • Life insurance: You may receive life insurance coverage that will provide financial support to your family in the event of your death.
  • Disability insurance: This type of insurance provides income replacement in case you become disabled and are unable to work.

Advising employees across the UK for over ten years

The experts at Lester Brunt have been advising both employees and employers for over a decade. We’ve worked with employees in all kinds of businesses, in all kinds of sectors, and will work closely with you to find the best ways to take advantage of what you’re entitled to. Our aim is to provide accessible financial advice that helps make wealth management easy to understand.

For more details about services that we offer reach out to us on 01202 695801, or click the button below.


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