Broadstone and Workstars team up to support employee morale


Broadstone, an independent pensions, employee benefits, and investments consultancy, has partnered with SaaS platform Workstars for an employee recognition offering. 

A free-to-launch SaaS provider, Workstars is an employee recognition platform that helps local and global HR teams deliver a sustainable boost to their employee engagement strategies.

The Workstars platform allows businesses to configure their own employee recognition programme encompassing online rewards and social recognition which can be easily integrated onto existing work communications channels.

Employers gain valuable insight into their workforce such as ‘undercover achievers’ and a SaaS platform that is scalable for businesses of all sizes and locations.

Broadstone is a UK consultancy that specialises in advising employers and pension trustees to secure the prosperity of their employees and scheme members.

The partnership will enable Broadstone to offer Workstars’ employee recognition SaaS platform to its corporate clients.

According to Broadstone, this will enable businesses across the UK, as well as internationally, to boost their employee engagement strategy by celebrating the success of their colleagues.

Andrew Mobberley, head of sales at Broadstone, said, “Employee recognition is an important and often overlooked weapon in many businesses’ employee benefits strategy. Given that more employees than ever before are working more flexibly, keeping everyone connected and engaged can be a challenge.

“We all want to be appreciated in our places of work and the innovative, automated features and services from Workstars create a market-leading platform for making employees feel valued and motivated. The feedback from Workstars’ existing clients has been hugely positive and we can’t wait to start showing our clients the benefits they can harness from implementing this technology.”

Andrew Greenwood, sales director at Workstars, added, “The current economic climate will be worrying for millions of people up and down businesses in the UK and this anxiety will only be compounded by job dissatisfaction or the feeling that people are not valued by their employer. Recognition of employees’ achievements is crucial to engaging the workforce and keeping motivation high.”

Recently, Yonder, which is on a mission to build the new standard for global employee benefits, closed its pre-seed round and launched its private beta.

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