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Health and wellbeing benefits survey 2014 now available

9 July, 2014

HandWSurveyWe are delighted to announce that the Health and wellbeing benefits survey 2014 (formally known as the Dental benefits survey) is now available to view and download.

The report reveals which health and wellbeing benefits UK employers are offering to their staff and how they are being delivered.  It also examines the impact benefits play on employee’s attitudes, along with the challenges that are shaping them.

This year’s findings show that employee benefits remain a priority with over three quarters (78%) of companies offering health and wellbeing benefits. The dilemma for organisations remains how to offer the right mix of benefits to attract and retain staff while also balancing their costs.

The survey is also designed to give company decision makers the most up-to-date information from the dental profession, and indicates that 46% of companies considering adding a dental plan in the coming year. 62% of employees would also consider a dental plan if offered one; while 56% said they would appreciate access to one as part of a package.

Colin Perry, Corporate Channel Manager at Denplan explains: “Clearly we’re pleased that health and wellbeing is still a priority among both employees and company decision makers. With over a third (35%) of respondents offering a Dental Plan to their staff, this makes dental the third most popular selection behind only PMI and Childcare Vouchers. With that in mind it seems that company decision makers understand that there is a direct link between oral health and the overall wellbeing of their staff, which is something that we strongly support. ”

To view and download the full report visit  

If you would like to request a printed copy of the research report, or have any questions about the results please email  

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