WorkLife by OpenMoney, the employee benefits platform created for small businesses and their workers, has strengthened its corporate adviser channel with the appointment of Paul Chedzey as Relationship Director.
Chedzey, who has over 10 years’ business development experience within the financial advice market, will be responsible for growing and developing WorkLife’s offering for advisers looking to provide top-of-the-range employee benefits to SME clients.
Before joining WorkLife, Chedzey was an account director at specialist insurance software firm Open GI and, prior to this, held senior sales positions at financial services technology businesses IRESS and Intelliflo.
Chedzey commented: “The options for smaller businesses wanting to offer high-quality workplace benefits was somewhat limited until WorkLife came onto the scene last year. By being able to access a variety of perks on one easy-to-use platform, advisers now have a simple means of providing consultancy-driven benefits that genuinely support firms’ overall employee engagement and wellbeing strategy. I can’t wait to get started with this new challenge and look forward to working with such an expert and passionate team on bringing top notch employee benefits solutions to the wider adviser community.”
Steve Bee, Director of WorkLife by OpenMoney, said: “Since launching last year, we’ve seen a huge uptick in demand from advisers who want to enhance the benefits solutions they can offer clients. Our long-term aim is to ensure the types of benefits available at large corporates are made accessible and affordable to every UK business – Paul’s expertise will be invaluable as we look to achieve this over the coming years.”
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WorkLife is a digital platform on a mission to make financial advice and employee benefits accessible and affordable to every UK business.
Powered by OpenMoney, it combines top of the range financial advice and market leading benefits with low cost and transparent fees, allowing SMEs to reward their employees with the same great perks as those traditionally enjoyed by workers at larger companies. The platform puts an emphasis on employee wellbeing, making sure they are covered in all the financial, mental and physical aspects of their life.