Case Study —
Privately Owned Manufacturing Company

  • Manufacturing



  • Finances



The Brief

A large and varied workforce, this company spans across Australia as a massive player in the manufacturing industry. Our mandate was to make sure their people, from 200 top level executives to their 4000 warehouse workers, were taken care of, using a segmented benefits approach.


  • A disjointed benefits and wellbeing program and a lack of engagement from their people

  • A tight budget

  • A lack of claims advocacy


  • Align the company's benefits and wellbeing strategies, introducing financial wellbeing and promoting existing benefits through varied forms of communication, including newsletters, QR codes, digital tools, web conferencing and more

  • Work creatively with vendors to pool funds and use this across several benefits, keeping company costs at a minimum

  • Integrate the company and insurer claims processes, overseeing administration and acting as caring advocates for claimants


  • An engaged workforce, with hundreds of employees attending onsite vendor visits and consolidating into the new default super fund

  • A robust financial benefits package funded through external parties, saving the company hundreds of thousands of dollars

  • Shorter claims notification periods and a greater level of support for both the company and those on claim


in wellness credits from providers - negotiated funds pooled for discretionary wellbeing usage


consolidated into default super fund - saving people duplicate fees and premiums

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