Anglian Water has launched a flexible approach to providing total reward statements as part of its commitment to encouraging employees to lead more sustainable lives.
In 2010, the utility provider introduced its Love Every Drop campaign, which included 10 goals and 100 commitments towards sustainability.
To support the pledge, switching from paper to online payslips and total reward statements seemed the obvious option, but there was concern about whether these would be effective for all employees.
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With Prolog Print Media, Anglian Water created a flexible online payslip and total reward statement so that all 4,000 employees had access to an online and a paper option.
Anglian Water carried out a pilot test with 100 employees over a two-month period, during which time it collated feedback to build on the service ahead of launch.
A company-wide communications campaign, in the Love Every Drop branding, was then delivered to staff through workplace posters, postcards, computer pop-ups, articles in the weekly staff bulletin, and a competition to win an iPad to encourage the switch to online.
As a result, 50% of employees have switched to online payslips.
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