Here you’ll find our latest publications including annual Impact Reports, financial statements and other important documents from Ben.
This report is a summarised set of results following the 6th wave of Ben’s Annual Health & Wellbeing survey of those working in the automotive industry.
Welcome to Ben’s story of 2021-2022 (FY22), a year that started under lockdown and ended as we tentatively embraced a return to ‘almost normal’. In another year of high demand for our services, we met numerous challenges head-on and emerged stronger as a result.
We are delighted to introduce Ben’s story for 2020-2021 (FY21) – the year when Covid-19 changed everything. Along with many other charities, we reviewed, learned and adapted our practices and we are immensely proud of how we have demonstrated ‘support for life’ for those who needed us most during this complex year
Every day across the UK, automotive colleagues struggle with life’s toughest challenges and need somewhere to turn. That’s why Ben is here for all automotive industry people and their family dependents today and for life.
Each year, Ben, the automotive industry charity, conducts a survey to find about the state of health & wellbeing of people who work in the UK's automotive industry and challenges affecting businesses.
Each year Ben conducts a UK wide survey to find out about the health & wellbeing of people who work or have worked in the automotive industry. This helps us understand the challenges people are facing and what issues are affecting them. We then use this to develop services to support automotive people.
Last year signified the start of our journey of transformation and the beginning of our ambitious five-year plan, which saw us taking action on a number of initiatives within our two service areas: Health & Wellbeing services for the automotive industry and Care Services for those in later life, in support of our mission ‘making a positive difference to peoples’ lives’.
The information in the report shows our median and mean gender pay gap and bonus pay gap based on hourly rates of pay as of 5th April 2018 and bonuses paid in the year to 5th April
Did you know that mental health is one of the biggest issues affecting the UK automotive industry's workforce? But did you also know that mental health could be costing automotive employers as much as £1.2bn a year collectively?