If you’re in the Public Sector, we can make your lives easier.

Are you responsible for procurement for any of the following Public Sector organisations?

·         Local authorities e.g. town, city, district, borough or county councils

·         Central government agencies and ministries

·         The NHS and health trusts (including HSC in Northern Ireland)

·         Emergency services (blue light services)

·         The education sector (schools, academies, colleges and universities)

We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been awarded a position on the Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation (ESPO) framework to supply employee benefits to the Public Sector. The framework reference number is 319.

Why employee benefits?

With unemployment the lowest it’s been since 1971* this is an employee’s market. So how do you attract, keep and motivate your best staff? Many of the best employers give their workforce more than just a pay rise, through the addition of an employee benefits package. 

Valuable to your employees, valuable to you! 

Salary Extras is designed to put real value at the heart of your employee engagement. By giving your staff benefits that matter to them, in an easy and understandable way, you’ll keep them happy, and with you, for the long term.

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Our benefits are as diverse as the employees they serve. From lifestyle and health schemes like Cycle to Work, gym membership, dentist and private healthcare plans, to discounts on technology products, leisure and retail schemes and even car leasing, there really is something for everyone.

It's never been easier to offer more to your employees

Our experienced Client Managers will talk you through setting up and managing your employee benefits. We'll help you measure the effectiveness of your package so you can be sure you and your staff see the benefit!

For a plan that’s easy for you, attractive for your staff and valuable all round – Call our Account Management Team on 0345 002 1113 or e-mail CVSinternalaccountmanagers@computershare.co.uk

* https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-47622415