WSB Awards 2022 — The Winners

The awards aim to recognise the employers which have the best benefits teams

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WSB Awards 2022 — The Winners

Here they are — the winners of the Workplace Savings and Benefits Awards 2022...

The awards were announced at an event held at the Marriott Grosvenor Square in London earlier this month.

The awards - which are now in their 10th anniversary year - recognised 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 rewarded the best pension and benefit providers - recognising those that have done the most to help employers and their staff over the past year.

To find out more about the awards - and register to receive information about next year's awards, visit: http://events.wsandb.co.uk/awards

The winners of the 2022 awards are:

10 Years of Excellence in Employee Benefits Award

Winner: Aon
Highly Commended: Standard Life

 

Employer Awards

Best Benefits Strategy / Innovation of the Year

Winner: University of Lincoln

 

Best Pensions Strategy of the Year

Winner: Jacob Douwe Egberts

Highly Commended: BNP Paribas

 

Best Communications / Engagement Initiative of the Year

Winner: Ocado

Highly Commended: Travis Perkins

 

Best Healthcare and Wellbeing Strategy of the Year

Winner: BNP Paribas

 

Best Financial Education Strategy

Winner: EY

 

Best Flexible Benefits Strategy

Winner: Lowell

 

Best Mental Health Wellbeing Strategy

Winner: Lendlease

 

Consultant and Provider Awards

Benefits Innovation of the Year
Winner: Cushon

 

Employee Benefit Consultant of the Year

Winner: Barnett Waddingham

 

Pension Consultant of the Year

Winner: Hymans Robertson

 

Group Risk Consultant of the Year

Winner: Isio

 

Healthcare and Wellbeing Consultant of the Year

Winner: Aon 

 

Benefit Communication Initiative of the Year

Winner: Standard Life

 

Best Use of Technology for Benefits Award

Winner: Mercer DC Master Trust

 

Car Scheme Provider of the Year

Winner: Tusker

Highly Comended: SG Fleet UK

 

Financial Education Provider of the Year

Winner: Scottish Widows

Highly Commended: Lemonade Reward

 

Group Risk Provider of the Year

Winner: Unum UK

 


Health Cash Plan Provider of the Year

Winner: Medicash

 

Health and Wellbeing Provider of the Year

Winner: Bluecrest Wellness

 

Pension Provider of the Year

Winner: Scottish Widows

 

Wellbeing Initiative of the Year

Winner: ToHealth Ltd (Part of PAM Group)

 

Mental Health Initiative Provider of the Year

Winner: Unum UK

 

Workplace Savings and Benefits Initiative of the Year

Winner: Buck

Highly Commended: WorkLife by OpenMoney

 

Diversity and Inclusion Excellence Award

Winner: Dalriada Trustees

Highly Commended: Standard Life

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