Industry urges action to tackle sickness absence

Tax breaks for medical treatments urged to reduce burden on stretched NHS

27 June 2016
Sonia Rach

Brexit: industry reactions

What do industry bodies and experts have to say about the UK voting out of the EU?

24 June 2016
Helen Swire

BREXIT - ten things to consider

It will take some time for the dust to settle on the outcome of the EU Referendum. There are obvious, and less obvious ways in which the ‘leave’ result could affect employee benefits and reward.

24 June 2016
Maggie Williams

LEGAL WATCH: Implications of Brexit on reward

Caroline Harwood, director, incentives at independent UK law firm Burges Salmon LLP, examines the impact a departure from the EU might have on employee benefits

24 June 2016
Helen Swire

LIVE BLOG: Brexit and pensions

Pension Insight's digital editor Sara Benwell is blogging about the impact of Brexit on pensions

24 June 2016
Helen Swire

The opportunity of analytics

Increasing amounts of data are giving companies the opportunity to model staff trends more efficiently

24 June 2016
REWARD Staff

CASE STUDY: Keeping on the right track

When an employer already offers a generous variety of benefits, finding innovative ways of rewarding staff is a continual challenge, and one that Merseyrail’s Andy Parry relishes. Peter Crush has been to meet him

24 June 2016
Peter Crush

Staff financial wellbeing low on employers’ agenda

UK employers are overlooking staff financial wellbeing as a priority.

24 June 2016
Sonia Rach

THE BIG QUESTION: Will the new LISA divert people’s attention away from pension saving?

Industry experts give their views on the future of pensions in light of the introduction of LISA

23 June 2016
Peter Crush

Half of HR professionals provide staff counselling

A new survey highlights the growing need for counselling in the workplace.

23 June 2016
Sonia Rach

Re-enrolling and re-engaging

Auto-enrolment for the largest companies seems like a long-distant memory – especially given the onslaught of changes that subsequently have faced the pensions industry, says Tasha Hartley

22 June 2016
Helen Swire

Duty of care: Taking responsibility

The performance of staff, and particularly their integrity and professionalism, can determine whether a company stands or falls

22 June 2016
REWARD Staff

British workers lacking financial advice

Brits are feeling let down if their company doesn’t provide financial advice on pension and future finances.

22 June 2016
Sonia Rach

LEGAL WATCH: Employee dress codes

Annelise Tracy Phillips, senior associate, Burges Salmon LLP examines recent controversies and cases about workplace attire

21 June 2016
Helen Swire

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