London Stock Exchange Group 2020

WEALTH at work has once again been acknowledged as one of the 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain by the London Stock Exchange Group.

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WSB Awards 2020

Our client University of Lincoln has been recognised as having the Best Financial Education Strategy at this year's WSB Awards.




Pension Age Awards 2019

WEALTH at work has been shortlisted for the ‘At-retirement Solutions Provider of the Year’ award by Pensions Age.


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Pension Age Awards 2018

WEALTH at work has been shortlisted for the ‘At-retirement Solutions Provider of the Year’ award by Pensions Age.

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Employee Benefit Awards 2018

WEALTH at work were shortlisted as
the provider to the finalist of the Best Financial Wellbeing Strategy Award at Employee Benefits Awards & Summer Party 2018.

WSB Awards 2017

Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, comments, “We were thrilled that our client won this award. The financial education programme has been a great success to date and we look forward to many more employees utilising it.”

VIB awards Reward 2017

WEALTH at work has delivered an award winning financial education programme for iPSL.


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Pensions Age Awards 2016

WEALTH at work has been shortlisted for the ‘At-Retirement Solutions Provider of the Year’ award at the Pensions Age Awards.
The winners were announced at the gala dinner
on 25 February 2016.


London Stock Exchange Group 2016

WEALTH at work has been listed as one of London Stock Exchange’s ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain’.

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Top 100 Financial Advisers
2016

The Wealth at Work group of companies has been ranked within FT Adviser’s ‘Top 100 Financial Advisers 2016’ in association with Strategic Insight. Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, comments; “To be ranked as one of the Top 100 Financial Advisers is a fantastic achievement…”

Very Important Benefits awards Reward 2016

iPSL has been announced as the winner of the ‘best financial education strategy’ and the ‘best strategy for making pay go further’ at the Reward Very Important Benefits Awards 2016.

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Employee Benefits Awards & Summer Party 2016

WEALTH at work is the financial education provider for the University of Lincoln who went in to win the ‘best financial education strategy’.

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Pensions Insight DC Awards 2015

We were ‘highly commended’ for ‘Best financial education provider’ within the Pensions Insight DC Awards 2015, celebrating excellence in defined contribution.

Benefits Excellence Awards 2014

Jonathan Watts-Lay comments “It is fantastic that our financial education, as part of the wellness programme at Causeway…”

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Employee Benefits Awards 2012

BT wins the ‘most effective strategy to encourage workplace savings’ award at the Employee Benefits Awards 2012.

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Xerox 2007

We received an honourable mention in the promotional / transactional category for the Pixi Awards 2007 for the production of our innovative valuation statements.

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North West’s top 100 fastest growing small and
medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

WEALTH at work has been listed as 16th in Insider’s rankings of the North West’s top
100 fastest growing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

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How employees can boost their pension pot by 25% by saving just 1% more

How employees can boost their pension pot by 25% by saving just 1% more

13th April 2021

Many employees are already paying 5% of their salary into their workplace pension through auto-enrolment, with an additional 3% employer contribution...

Key areas employees should understand if they are made redundant.

Key areas employees should understand if they are made redundant.

26th March 2021

WEALTH at work have provided an overview of some of the key areas that employees will need to understand if they are made redundant.

Are pensions a good option to fulfil a short-term cash need?

Are pensions a good option to fulfil a short-term cash need?

18th March 2021

Last year there were many scheme members who accessed their pension for the first time than perhaps would have in normal times. In fact, HMRC figures indicated a surge in early pension withdrawals in the over 55s, which is thought to be due to pressure on household income caused by the pandemic.