14 July 2020

Helping your employees to look after their families

There has never been a more important time to think about what would happen if you died unexpectedly and many employers are increasingly aware of the importance of their employees’ mental health, when so many people have lived with uncertainty and even fear for family and friends in recent months. Adding a Wills at Work service to your range of employee benefits gives your staff the opportunity to make a will with the support of qualified solicitors .

We take away the complications of will writing, providing employees and their employers with confidence that their future is planned and considered.

Wills at Work is a tailored service to meet your employees’ specific requirements and because we work with HR teams to promote it directly to your staff, it’s a popular benefit to add to your offering at no cost to you as an employer.

Dawn Oliver, who leads the service, believes it’s a unique offering in the financial wellbeing market place.  “We make sure that making a will is as simple and streamlined as possible – if it is easy, people are far more likely to do it, and we know that many adults simply don’t have a will because they don’t want to think about it and what it means, nor do they know who to turn to for advice.”

Delivered entirely remotely, with no need to find time to meet with a solicitor during office hours or invite a stranger into your home to discuss matters, it’s a straightforward and cost effective way of putting your affairs in order.

Dawn said: “Employers appreciate being able to care for their employees, and enabling them in turn to care for the people they love.”

You can explore Wills at Work at https://www.willsatwork.com/

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Dawn Oliver, Partner, Head of Wills, Trusts and Estates

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