WSB Awards: Last chance to enter

Jonathan Stapleton
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WSB Awards: Last chance to enter

The entry deadline for the Workplace Savings & Benefits Awards 2019 is Thursday 9th May.

The WSB Awards - which are now in their 7th year - recognise both employer and provider excellence.

They aim to find and recognise the employers which have the best benefits teams and offerings to staff and have done the most to improve these over the past 12 months.

In addition, the awards look to reward the best pension and benefit providers - recognising those that have done the most to help employers and their staff over the past year.

To see the full list of categories for this year's awards and to find out more, visit: http://events.wsandb.co.uk/awards

Entering the awards

The deadline for completed entry forms and submissions is Thursday 9th May 2019.

To enter, visit our website - http://events.wsandb.co.uk/awards - to begin your entry.

 

Should you have any queries about entering the awards, please contact Ellie Harris at [email protected] or on 020 7484 9713.

Awards ceremony

The awards ceremony will take place on Thursday 5 September 2019 at the Sheraton Grand, Park Lane, London.

To book your table contact Will Bolton via [email protected] or 07703 502433.

To find out more about the awards, please visit: http://events.wsandb.co.uk/awards

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