News & Insights | 25th September 2020
6 Min Read
You don’t need me to tell you that working practices have been perceptibly altered by coronavirus. According to the latest ONS data, nearly half (47%) of people in employment did some of their work from home in April, with the vast majority (86%) saying it was because of the pandemic.
This much we know, but what’s only starting to be understood are the subtly different needs of home workers. As employers make concerted efforts to keep morale and engagement high among remote teams, some are showing huge creativity in the support they’re offering, beyond furnishing homes with desks, ergonomic chairs and computer equipment. I’ve seen companies facilitating online mindfulness and poetry sessions, care packages and coffee-shop vouchers.
But given that company purse holders are being understandably cautious, businesses need to know what benefits are the most tax efficient, for them as well as their employees. With help from the good folk at accountancy firm LK & Associates, we’ve put together a list of the most tax efficient benefits for remote workforces:
Talk to the friendly team at Connor Broadley to find out which employee benefits would best suit your company. You can reach us on: TeamBC@connorbroadley.co.uk