Digital employee benefits platform, WorkLife by OpenMoney has teamed up with LifeSearch’s employee benefits (EB) arm to help more businesses gain access to affordable, top-of-the-range wellbeing benefits for their staff.
Powered by OpenMoney, WorkLife is a digital platform on a mission to help businesses of all sizes to improve employee wellbeing. And in so doing, improve their retention and attraction of talent.
LifeSearch is the UK’s biggest life insurance advice firm offering expert, independent advice to customers around life insurance, critical illness cover, income protection, family income benefit, serious illness cover and business insurance.
In partnering with WorkLife, the LifeSearch EB arm will be able to offer their corporate clients, many of which are SMEs, access to high-quality benefits to support all aspects of their employees’ financial, mental and physical wellbeing at a preferential rate. Once on the platform, existing LifeSearch customers will also be able to access their personal LifeSearch products.
Paul Chedzey, Commercial Director of WorkLife said:
We think every business – regardless of size – should have access to premium yet affordable benefits to offer to their employees. We’re thrilled to have LifeSearch on board as partnering with them helps us to reach even more businesses, including many more SMEs, to ensure they’re not priced-out of offering their staff access to tools that can make a positive difference to their financial, mental and physical wellbeing.
Paul Chedzey, Commercial Director of WorkLife
Alan Richardson, Head of Expert Advice at LifeSearch said:
It has been a frustration that too many employers lack the support in communicating to their employees the great services provided by their employment benefit programmes. By partnering with WorkLife, we want to empower our clients, who are often new to Employee Benefits provision, to make engagement with their health services, insurances and benefits as simple and as accessible as possible.
Alan Richardson, Head of Expert Advice at LifeSearch
Joanne is the editor for Workplace Wellbeing Professional and Family History Zone. After obtaining a bachelors degree in English literature and media studies, Joanne went on to spend two years of her life writing and teaching English in China and Vietnam. Prior to joining Black and White Trading, Joanne was a marketing coordinator for luxury property in Brighton focusing on blog writing, photography and video creation.