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Employee Benefits Awards return for 15th year

Employee Benefits Awards return for 15th year

An awards ceremony that celebrates employers who have made a significant contribution to their business through reward strategies has returned for its 15th year.

The Employee Benefits Awards 2017, which are sponsored by businesses including AON, Wealth at Work and Xerox, are now accepting entries.


Benefits consultants, advisers and providers are now being encouraged to enter their corporate clients, with winning employers being recognised for their innovation and the impact that their benefits and rewards strategies have had on their organisation.

The awards have a wide range of categories in which employers can be entered. These include the best healthcare and wellbeing benefits in small and large companies, most motivational benefits, best financial wellbeing strategy and best employee share schemes.

The 2017 awards will also include the Employee Benefits professional of the year and the Grand Prix. The awards are not calling for entries for these two categories, with the panel instead selecting individuals that have made their mark on the industry.


This year’s winners were celebrated at the Employee Benefits Awards and Summer Party 2016, with companies such as Accenture and Home Group being recognised.

The 2017 awards will unveil its winners in a similar style on Friday 9 June 2017, with businesses being provided with the opportunity to come together to network and celebrate their success.

Entries for the Employee Benefits Awards 2017 are now open and will close on Friday 9 December 2016. 

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