Taking care of your tomorrow.
From Corporate Pensions and Group Risk Schemes to Financial Education Sessions, at DAM we collaborate with our clients, and their staff, to design and implement a range of financial benefits that will meet their unique business requirements and keep their staff engaged.
A mere few years ago, who in the hotel or hospitality industry would have foreseen the devastating impact of Covid19 on the sector? The pandemic has undeniably caused staff shortages from reception to kitchen through to housekeeping, and this in turn has driven up salaries and seen staff go to the employers with the highest offering.
So employee rewards have never been a more valuable tool in recruiting and retaining staff.
Offering skilled staff the best in employee benefits will help insulate them financially from the uncertainties of the world today. There has never been a more pivotal time to bring employee benefits to the forefront of your offering and to engender loyalty and trust within the workforce. Employees are the future of any business, so let’s take care of your tomorrow. This is where DAM can help.
Formed in 2003, Davidson Asset Management [DAM] has grown to become a recognised UK specialist in delivering meaningful employee beneﬁts, mainly, but not exclusively, to the UK hospitality and leisure sectors. Our client centric approach has been key to our success and will remain the bedrock of our growth going forward.
Based in London, Glasgow and Manchester, we work with some of the most distinguished names in the hospitality sector and have over 18 years experience building employee reward programmes that aid staﬀ retention and help build some of the best teams in the industry.
How yesterday impacted tomorrow: A look at how Covid-19 impacted the hospitality industry and employee benefits
To stay up-to-date with the latest trends in employee benefits and facilitate the right kind of rewards package for our clients, DAM conduct research into the industry every two years.
It's no secret the hospitality industry was one of the hardest hit by the pandemic- our latest research report explores in more depth the impact Covid-19 had on the industry and how that has influecned the outlook of the employee benefits package.