iPensions Group invests in employees with wellbeing support

by | Oct 11, 2022

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Fast-growing SIPP provider iPensions Group is investing in its workforce with a range of support and guidance on wellbeing and nutrition as it continues to expand its business.

The Manchester-based group, which opened a new office in Edinburgh earlier this year is working with specialist consultants BetterBe to help optimise its investment in employee health.

Staff are offered a range of workshops designed in a logical sequence to provide knowledge and understanding of the links between lifestyle and mental and physical wellbeing as well as practical solutions and tips to integrate healthy habits into their busy lives.

Isle of Man-based BetterBe, founded by GP Lukas Burri and nutritionist Lisa Burri, is also helping managers at iPensions Group to support behavioural change among their teams towards healthy habits aimed at supporting their performance.

Group CEO Sandra Robertson said: “Our people are crucial to the company’s success and investing in their health is an important focus for the business as we continue to expand.

“We are focused on delivering transparent service in a timely manner for our customers and that requires investing in our employees and providing as much support as possible for them.”

Data shows investing in staff wellbeing pays dividends for company performance and customer service considering that underperformance at work costs UK companies around £4,000 per employee a year.

iPensions Group has made significant investments in technology as part of its growth strategy driven by a focus on innovation in the SIPP market as well as efficient and timely support for advisers and members.

Its growth strategy is driven by technology enabled products and solutions in the SIPP market where it offers a full range of SIPP services through the adviser market with its range of SIPPs including the Adviser SIPP, Platform SIPP, USA SIPP, and its Irish Transfer service.

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