Tolley's Flexible Benefits : A Practical Guide
This book is a practical, step-by-step guide to the process of introducing flexible benefits in the workplace. It takes a multi-disciplinary approach and looks at the process from the pensions, HR, employment, tax and IT standpoint. This unique guide addresses issues such as: what are flexible benefits; what are the best methods of changing to a flexible benefits scheme; what benefits should be offered; should the process be outsourced; what are the costs to consider; what are the tax implications; what employment issues should be considered; how do you go about communicating the plan and what are the key criteria for success? The book provides illustrative examples and tips on best practice including most frequently asked questions.
- 01 Nov 2002
- Lexisnexis UK
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
"Introduction.The Changing World of Work.An Introduction to Flexible Benefits.Establishing the Feasibility of a Flexible Benefits Scheme.Strategy and Design.Pensions and Flexible Benefits.Tax Implications.Employment Law Issues.Documentation.Scheme Launch and Communication.Management and Administration.Outsourcing Flexible Benefits.Installation and Implementation.Costs, Savings and Risks.Key Criteria for Success.Appendix.Author's Choice of Providers."