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The number of flexible benefits schemes in the UK has doubled over the last few years and is set to increase over the next decade. Organisations are increasingly re-evaluating their employee benefits strategy to ensure that rewards match the needs of a diverse and ageing workforce.Tolley's Flexible Benefits: A Practical Guide, is a practical, step-by-step guide to the process of introducing flexible benefits in the workplace. It takes a multi-disciplinary approach and looks at the process from the pensions, HR, employment, tax and IT standpoint. This unique guide addresses issues such as:* What are flexible benefits? * What are the best methods of changing to a flexible benefits scheme? * What benefits should be offered? * Should the process be outsourced? * What are the costs to consider? * What are the tax implications? * What employment issues should be considered? * How do you go about communicating the plan? * What are the key criteria for success? The book provides illustrative examples and tips on best practice including most frequently asked questions.;The use of a project brief helps the reader understand what other companies are doing and key issues to consider when implementing a flexible benefits scheme. Handy hints are used throughout the book, as well as the author's guide to best choice, giving you the most authoritative and expert guidance available on this topical subject.