Mercer has launched a digital platform for employers to address the health and personal finances of their staff.
The platform called Mercer Harmonise aims to reduce benefit administration costs by allowing employees to manage their health and workplace benefits, as well as their financial affairs in one place.
It draws together all of an employee's pensions, insurance and health data.
It offers a range of flexible and voluntary benefits, health products, risk products and financial education.
Employees can set goals, adjust their savings, compare themselves to their peer group, select benefits, and access an array of benefits.
Mercer said it also aims to improve engagement with the workforce, increase worker productivity and improve workplace benefits and reward strategy.
Mercer UK chief executive Fiona Dunsire said: "Across all life stages and ages, employees' personal worries about their health and financial security are having a dramatic effect on how they operate at work. If employees are worried, distracted, not as healthy as they could be, then they are not as engaged as they could be either. Enabling employees to address their concerns is in the interest of employers and employees. Mercer Harmonise is designed to help."
Mercer Partner Niall O'Callaghan said: "Mercer Harmonise is designed to help employees understand where they are financially and where they want to be through an intuitive, dynamic and customized interface.
"For employers, it helps improve their benefits and rewards strategy by driving improved engagement, increased productivity and reduced benefit administration costs," he added.
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