WorkLife by OpenMoney, the employee benefits platform, has partnered with leading car-buying brand What Car? to offer a discounted car purchase scheme to its users.
As part of the partnership, WorkLife customers will be able to purchase and finance a new vehicle through What Car? Affinity, a scheme offering guaranteed savings of up to 25% on new cars. Every deal is rigorously benchmarked to ensure it is among the best in the market and coming from a trusted franchised dealer.
WorkLife users will receive expert guidance through the buying process, available exclusively through What Car? Affinity’s online portal, helping them to easily pinpoint the right car for them – and secure it at the right price.
Through its comprehensive suite of benefits, WorkLife seeks to help employers address the five key pillars to an employee’s overall wellbeing – financial, mental, physical, social, and environmental. Through the tie-up, it aims to help employers further address the financial pillar by enabling their employees to make savings on new vehicles.
Rob Marshall, Head of Product & Proposition at WorkLife by OpenMoney, said: “The current inflation rate combined with the rising cost of living means employees are now more than ever looking for resourceful ways to reduce costs. The What Car? Affinity scheme gives colleagues the opportunity to get the vehicle they want, including the latest electric vehicles, at a discounted price from a trusted name. It sits alongside our salary sacrifice electric vehicle solution – meaning that those for whom a salary sacrifice scheme or electric vehicle isn’t practical can benefit from savings too.”
Pat Hoy at WhatCar? Affinity: “What Car? Affinity is delighted to partner with WorkLife and reward employees with guaranteed new car savings from a source they can trust. At a time where the cost of living is rising and cars are becoming increasingly scarce, the What Car? Affinity scheme offers employees an alternative, more flexible route to car ownership without the tax and salary implications that come with salary sacrifice schemes.”