Improving your Financial Wellbeing

We have partnered with Neyber to offer a range of financial wellbeing benefits, so you can do more of what you love.

Changing the Way You Think About Your Finances

Thinking about your finances can often seem overwhelming. You’re not alone – according to research, 58% of the UK’s workforce having been affected by financial worries in the last year*.

Busy Bees Benefits, in partnership with Neyber, can offer financial wellbeing benefits to help you better manage money and improve your financial confidence, so you can focus on the things that really matter.

By joining the Neyberhood you will be granted access to the Financial Wellbeing Hub, home to a whole host of resources and content that can help you to build your financial knowledge, confidence and resistance. In addition, you’ll be able to access affordable debt consolidation and borrowing products you can repay directly from your salary.

A summary of what Neyber offers:

  • Podcasts, articles and tools covering a range of financial topics
  • Borrow from £500 to £25,000 up to 5 years
  • 4 fixed rates*; 3.9% APR, 7.9% APR, 12.9% APR and 17.9% APR
  • Make repayments directly from your salary
  • Support so you never take on more than you can afford

Representative example: 7.9% APR Representative based on a loan of £7,400, Repayable over 5 Years at an Interest rate of 7.9% PA (fixed), Administrative fees: £0, Monthly payment of £148.73, Total payable £8,923.80

Why Join the Scheme?


We believe everyone deserves the opportunity to pursue their financial goals, meaning the benefits and schemes offered by ourselves and Neyber are at no cost to you.

Award-winning staff support 

Neyber’s in-house team of financial experts and customer support are solely focused on assisting you with your financial needs. Neyber understand that you deserve to be supported through every step of your financial journey.

Inclusive and fair

Salary-deducted payments enable Neyber to provide more affordable and fairer rates to you, allowing you to take back control of your finances.