BHSF plan gets rave review from Liberty staff
Staff at Liberty, the iconic London store, have given positive reviews to a new benefits programme devised by BHSF.
BHSF has provided a programme of employee assistance, health screening and care, on-line lifestyle benefits and discounts in a handy booklet, allowing staff to browse the information and fully understand the offers they are interested in.
Backed by a series of Q&A road shows, the launch has achieved a high profile for the programme.
Sara Edwards, Liberty HR and Change Director, said: “The benefits communication has been very well received by colleagues.
“The benefit booklets backed by the on-site Q&A clinics conducted by our supplier BHSF have ensured a very high level of awareness and good in-depth understanding of both the ‘free’ benefits and those they are able to purchase.
“Importantly the launch has, in the main, utilised our supplier’s resources and has not added to my team’s workload.”
Brian Hall, sales and marketing director at BHSF, said: “We are delighted to have won Liberty’s business. It’s good to see that our not-for-profit approach, which reduces cost while delivering quality, is hitting the mark for modern forward-thinking employers.”
Liberty’s famous store is in Great Marlborough Street in central London at the heart of the West End shopping district. It was founded by Arthur Lasenby Liberty in 1875 to sell ornaments, fabrics and miscellaneous art objects from Japan and the Far East.
Liberty & Co. first catered for an eclectic mixture of popular styles, but then went on to develop a fundamentally different style closely linked to the aesthetic movement of the 1890s and Art Nouveau.
The company became synonymous with this new style to the extent that in Italy, Art Nouveau became known as Stile Liberty after the London shop. Liberty still has a distinctive style and produces some of its own trademark fabrics.
Liberty staff holding the benefits booklet
Created: 03 September 2008