Polls

Previous Polls Results

 

Will you provide access to the proposed Lifetime ISA through your reward packages?Do you believe your employees save more when workplace savings options are offered?Do you believe the Lifetime ISA is the start of the drift from pensions to ISAs in the workplace?Do your employees know how much they should be saving into their pension to get a good retirement income?Following pension changes, will there be an increased requirement for specialist advice at retirement?What will be the impact of legislation changes on existing pensions? Will any of the following support be taking place within your organisation?Do you believe your employees are saving enough for retirement?

Lifetime ISA poll results

WEALTH at work recently conducted a poll to determine whether employers will provide access to the proposed Lifetime ISA through their reward packages.

The results shows 58% of employers that responded will not provide access to the proposed LISA through their reward packages.

If you would like more information on any of the issues raised, please contact us.

workplace savings options

WEALTH at work recently conducted a poll to determine whether employers believe their employees save more when workplace savings options are offered. (This could include workplace ISAs, SAYE/ SIP schemes and pensions.)

The results shows 90% of respondents believe their employees do save more when workplace savings options are offered. To see comments about what this could mean for employers and employees, please read our news post.

If you would like more information on any of the issues raised, please contact us.

Lifetime ISA

WEALTH at work recently conducted a poll to determine whether employers believed if the Lifetime ISA (LISA) was the start of the drift from pensions to ISAs in the workplace.

The results shows 68% of respondents believe that the LISA is the start of the drift from pensions to ISAs in the workplace. To see comments about what this could mean for employers and employees, please read our news post.

If you would like more information on any of the issues raised, please contact us.

poll3

WEALTH at work recently conducted a poll to determine whether employees knew how much they should be saving into their pension to get a good retirement income.

The results shows only 18% of respondents believe that their employees know how much they should be saving into their pension to get a good retirement income. The findings indicate that many employees are not getting the financial support they need to enable them to make informed decisions around their retirement.

If you would like more information on any of the issues raised, please contact us.

Poll 4

WEALTH at work recently conducted a poll to determine whether or not there will be an increased requirement for specialist advice at retirement.

The results show that 67% of respondents believe that there will be an increased requirement, which is an increase from the 60% reported in the Rethink Retirement Report survey results. Such specialist advice will be essential if employees are to make appropriate decisions, given the irreversible nature of annuities and the complexity and risk associated with drawdown pension.

If you would like more information on any of the issues raised, please contact us.

It should be noted that often the percentages are rounded up or down to the nearest one percent. Therefore, occasionally, figures may add up to 101% or 99%.

What will be the impact of legislation changes on existing pensions?

WEALTH at work recently conducted a poll to determine what sort of support is provided to employees.

The results shows 57% of participants believe employers will provide written communications.

This is an increase from the 39% reported in the Rethink Retirement report survey results. However, it states that 85% will provide some sort of support through a combination of communications and/or financial education and/or advice.

If you would like more information on any of the issues raised, please contact us.

It should be noted that often the percentages are rounded up or down to the nearest one percent.  Therefore, occasionally, figures may add up to 101% or 99%.

WEALTH at work recently conducted a poll to determine whether organisations believe their employees are making sufficient retirement savings.  The results show 71% of participants believe their employees are not saving enough for retirement.

This is an increase from the 58% reported in the Rethink Retirement Report survey results.

If you would like more information on any of the issues raised, please contact us.

It should be noted that often the percentages are rounded up or down to the nearest one percent. Therefore, occasionally, figures may add up to 101% or 99%.