Public sector body launches online flex scheme
The Adult Learning Inspectorate has transferred its current paper-based flexible benefits scheme for the 250-strong workforce to an online flex plan.
The scheme, due to be launched in April 2004, will be one of the first of its kind in the public sector. ALI, a government body responsible for raising the standards of education and training for young people and adults in England, has chosen employee benefits consultants Benefex to assist them in the move.
Employees will be able to gain access to all benefits information including total reward statements, the local government pension schemes, medical insurance, life assurance, health screening, as well as other voluntary benefits such as store vouchers. ALI will also use absence management and leave tracking to allow employees to buy and sell holidays and drive efficiencies through the current systems and processes.
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Posted 13 February 2004