Howden's expert team specialise in providing independent and impartial advice and help clients of all sizes to build a benefits package that’s right for their business, their people and their budget
Howden's expert team can review your existing employee benefit policies to check they are fit for purpose, deliver good value and achieve effective outcomes for your business and your people. They provide analysis on:
The team will be available to help no matter whether the organisation has existing benefits in place or are considering these for the first time.
ICAEW Member Rewards partner Howden will be supporting Virtually Live 2021 and providing on-demand content on wellbeing.
The future of workplace wellbeing
The way wellbeing at work was talked about before the coronavirus pandemic is totally different from how it should be discussed now.
In this session, Hazel Craig and Fiona Terry from Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing will discuss how workplace wellbeing is central to every businesses culture.
They will also consider how employers that support their employees' emotional, physical, social and financial wellbeing will benefit from happy health and productive workforces.
Fiona Terry, Senior Workplace Pension Consultant
Fiona has been a key part of the Howden team for the past eight years, with a focus on delivering compliant pension solutions for Howden clients.
She has more than 18 years' experience in UK pension, employee benefits and auto-enrolment and has had a major contribution in developing the pension proposition within Howden.
Prior to joining Howden in 2013, Fiona was an Independent Financial Adviser, with experience in corporate and individual financial advice.
Hazel Craig, Data Analytics and Wellbeing Consultant
Throughout her career Hazel has supported clients to harness their data and discover key insights across the employee lifecycle as well as supported clients to audit, develop and build evidence-based wellbeing strategies. She has worked with large multinational clients in the UK, and internationally.
Protecting employees’ mental health and wellbeing should be a priority for all organisations. According to the mental health charity MIND, one in four people will experience a mental health problem of some kind each year in the UK. This article highlights the practical ways to support employees’ mental health.
Happy employees lead to happy customers and is a fundamental aspect of any successful business. Employee engagement is an approach that helps to create the right environment at work so that everyone can give their best and feel good about coming to work for you on a daily basis.