It’s certainly safe to say that the past year has had its challenges, but I am hopeful that the end of the tunnel is in sight and that the road map out of lockdown remains on course. I have pleasure in attaching our new Insights Newsletter, and delighted to share some interesting articles provided by
1st April 2021 — Read this story in full.
I hope that you, your family and colleagues remain safe and well. I am delighted to attach our Corinthian Benefits February 2021 newsletter, please do take a few minutes to have a read about our latest updates, from new colleagues we have welcomed through to a brief market commentary and some good news stories. Should you
11th February 2021 — Read this story in full.
The Covid-19 pandemic has meant many people are adjusting to working from home and during this latest lockdown many parents again find themselves trying balance home schooling their children as well. A new study by the University of Oxford suggests that the pressures of lockdown have increased the levels of stress, depression and anxiety in
28th January 2021 — Read this story in full.
We lost our beloved lurcher, Woody, on 2 November 2020 to kidney disease, aged 12. Heartbroken, we agreed not to get another dog for a couple of years. Sonny arrived from Spain 7 weeks later on 20 December 2020. There was just such a void in the house, and with another lockdown looming I found myself
21st January 2021 — Read this story in full.
Significantly boosting employees’ communication about pensions could be as simple as changing the language used to describe them. A survey, by Invesco, Nest Insight and maslansky + partners, found some common misconceptions about pension savings, and identified the barriers when it comes to engaging with workplace finances. Its five key findings were that: 40% of the survey
12th January 2021 — Read this story in full.
2020 began for Corinthian Benefits as a year full of ideas and boundless energy. Our opening campaign was aptly named ‘2020 Vision’ – What is your employee focus going to be in 2020?”. Little did we know what 2020 had in store… for us, our families, friends, colleagues and, indeed, the world as we were,
4th January 2021 — Read this story in full.
How can The Corinthian team support you and your employees? We are living in unprecedented times and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic means employees are facing an increasing number of challenges. That’s why we are providing increased support for those who are transitioning to a new job or leaving an old one. We can
16th November 2020 — Read this story in full.
In many places there is still the feeling that mental health is a taboo subject. This extends to the workplace where many employees are still afraid to talk to their employers about their mental health challenges; believing that it could affect their reputation and career (as highlighted by research from Helix Resilience). Three in ten
8th October 2020 — Read this story in full.
There is no doubt that Auto Enrolment (AE) has boosted the pension provision from workplace schemes for millions of workers in the UK, however it’s also exacerbated issues surrounding multiple pension pots. It’s estimated that an average individual may change jobs 12 times in their career potentially resulting in 12 different pensions pots which all
2nd October 2020 — Read this story in full.
Blog by Adele Batchelor, Senior Client Manager, Corinthian Benefits I have been working as a client manager in Employee Benefits now for over 10 years and have been used to working from home and visiting clients, but in March 2020 life as we knew it changed. Overnight we were put into lockdown and had to juggle
7th September 2020 — Read this story in full.
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