Baker & McKenzie Launches Employee Benefits Website In Conjunction With Thomsons Online Benefits

Baker & McKenzie, the leading global law firm, has launched a new employee benefits website for its 800 UK employees, in conjunction with Thomsons Online Benefits using their Darwin platform.

Online PR News – 03-May-2012 – London, UK – Baker & McKenzie’s scheme, called “BakerBenefits”, was put in place to provide a more efficient, user friendly and streamlined way of administering and communicating the reward package to employees.

The new scheme which is immediately available to new joiners, enables employees to select from a wide range of employee benefits including pension, private medical insurance, dental insurance, travel insurance and gym subsidy. It also promotes the additional services that the Firm offers which include an on-site doctor’s surgery, emergency childcare, on-site yoga and concierge services.

Martin Blackburn, HR Director at Baker & McKenzie comments: “As a Sunday Times Best 100 Company and a Times Top 100 Graduate Employer, it is clearly important that our approach to benefits is in line with that positioning. I'm delighted that through working with Thomsons we have implemented a market leading system through which our employees can make their benefit choices in a way that aligns to their individual circumstances."

About Thomsons Online Benefits

Thomsons Online Benefits help businesses gain maximum benefit from their employee reward schemes at minimum cost. With their unique consulting methodology Intelligent Reward™ and their award winning benefits administration technology platform, Darwin™, organisations the world over trust Thomsons Online Benefits with their employee reward programmes.

Thomsons Online Benefits has won over 50 awards including ‘Firm of the Year’ and 'Best Use of Technology' in the 2012 Corporate Adviser Awards and attracted a prestigious portfolio of clients that includes Cisco, the Ministry of Defence and RBS.

Thomsons Online Benefits Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority for business conducted in the UK.