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A bespoke benefits platform can also be a great internal communication tool
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A bespoke benefits platform can also be a great internal communication tool

Your employees are one of your most valuable stakeholders so it’s important to appreciate their value. One way to do this is to consistently think about the employee journey and
Broadstone Group acquires Midlands-Based Quattro Pensions
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Broadstone Group acquires Midlands-Based Quattro Pensions

Broadstone Group, one of the UK’s leading employee benefits and pensions consulting businesses, has acquired Midlands-based Quattro Pensions to support its growth in the occupational pension schemes market. Quattro Pensions
Learning to engage with employees again is crucial in the post-covid environment
Broadstone

Learning to engage with employees again is crucial in the post-covid environment

As somebody interested in employee engagement – how would you define it? Here at Broadstone, we think employee engagement is all about the relationship between a business and its people.
Latest update – independent schools leaving the Teachers’ Pension Scheme
Broadstone, Pensions

Latest update – independent schools leaving the Teachers’ Pension Scheme

The position as at 25 March 2021 A recent Freedom of Information request from Broadstone has revealed that independent schools continue to inform the Department for Education of their intention
Stick or fold – the trustees gamble for 2021 and beyond!
Broadstone

Stick or fold – the trustees gamble for 2021 and beyond!

Background Being a professional or lay trustee is a very important role. Current stats from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) indicate that £146 billion of pension funds sit within
New statutory Value for Members requirements – what will they mean for your scheme?
Pensions

New statutory Value for Members requirements – what will they mean for your scheme?

As we move through the first months of 2021, now is a good time to ensure that upcoming regulatory requirements are in sight, and on plan. For thousands of trust-based
Broadstone contributes to Raconteur in their Understanding Pensions 2021 report
Broadstone, Pensions, Press

Broadstone contributes to Raconteur in their Understanding Pensions 2021 report

Broadstone has contributed to the latest Raconteur report – Understanding Pensions 2021, distributed in The Sunday Times, which takes a look at a number of key topics facing the industry
The weather is changeable, but McCloud is now set fair for teachers
Broadstone, Pensions

The weather is changeable, but McCloud is now set fair for teachers

Background – public sector pension reforms The 2011 ‘Hutton report’ (a complete structural review of public sector pensions) recommended that all unfunded public sector defined benefit pension schemes were reformed
2020 – The year we will almost certainly all want to forget. I will say no more.
Broadstone, Employee Benefits, News & Events

2020 – The year we will almost certainly all want to forget. I will say no more.

As is tradition, a New Year brings us the opportunity for those new years’ resolutions. Instead of kidding yourself that you will remain teetotal through the year, or do 10
Are you making use of your Employee Assistance Program (EAP)?
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Are you making use of your Employee Assistance Program (EAP)?

As we continue with our third national lockdown, both inside and outside of work, the profile of mental health and wellbeing has never been higher. Many people are working from
TPS consultations – ‘lessons learned’ since 2018
Broadstone

TPS consultations – ‘lessons learned’ since 2018

So what has changed in the past couple of years? Broadstone has been working with independent schools in relation to their participation in the Teachers’ Pension Scheme (TPS) since shortly
The best use of our resources
Broadstone, Pensions

The best use of our resources

The trickiest balancing act that The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is forced to try to perform is ensuring that the three participants in the scheme funding zero-sum game are treated equitably.