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Zenith launches salary sacrifice car scheme

Zenith has launched a salary sacrifice car scheme, called Driven, to its own employee base. The car scheme is available to 180 eligible employees at Zenith’s offices in Leeds.

Zenith launched its salary sacrifice product nearly 5 years ago and its schemes are live in mid to large corporate organisations across the UK. The company has now added a salary sacrifice car scheme to its own benefits package, to enhance the value to employees and enable them to take advantage of the many advantages it offers. CO2 emissions are capped at 130g/km and cars are available from a range of manufacturers. The scheme sits alongside Zenith’s existing company car scheme. Company car drivers can opt for a second car through the scheme, for use by their spouse or partner.

Zenith carried out a survey of its employees to assess interest levels and assist in the design of the scheme prior to implementing it. The first order was taken within hours of launch.

Marisa Jerrison, head of human resources and development at Zenith said: “We are always looking for ways to evolve and enhance our benefits package, to ensure we attract and retain the best employees. Salary sacrifice car schemes act as an excellent reward, retention and motivation tool. Given the success of our own customers’ schemes, there was a lot of interest from our employees in salary sacrifice car schemes. They do not work for all companies; however we knew from speaking to employees and from our survey that it would add value. We can help our employees to save money, drive a new lower emission car, save on fuel and improve driver safety.”

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