Baby Boomers (51-74) are one of the largest working demographics.
How many companies measure its staffs appreciation of benefits?
Brits afraid of their boss and office backlash.
New research finds that the key to preventing New Year staff departures may be a December bonus.
Flexible working will save businesses money, reduce costs and boost productivity, causing a ripple effect across the UK
Firms believe they have a duty to offer benefits, but more than 300,000 SME staff don’t receive any benefits beyond pensions
The more research we uncover around employee satisfaction and retention rates, the more apparent it becomes that companies need to give more than the basic monthly salary to gain employee loyalty.
Over half (58 per cent) of reward and employee benefit specialists see predictive analytics as a game changer in the industry
Research looking into pay and whether UK employees feel their pay is fair and how many employees would actually take a pay cut for their dream job.
New research from American Express® has found small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) gift almost £1,000 (£910) of rewards earnt on spending across charge, credit and loyalty cards to employees each year.
Unattractive benefits packages can hamper a company’s ability to retain and motivate younger generations, according to research from Bupa.
Research by Chase de Vere, the independent financial and corporate advisers, in conjunction with Lightbulb, an independent research company, has found that many employers aren’t confident in the effectiveness of the employee benefits they offer to their employees.
Two-thirds of UK employees are now saving into a workplace pension following the introduction of auto-enrolment pensions, according to recent research from CIPD Employee Outlook (EO).
With workers spending most of their time in the office, it won’t come as much of a surprise that employees are turning to their colleagues for spouse-like support.
Schools must allow access to apprenticeship providers and colleges and give equal airtime to the non-academic routes pupils can take post-16, under government plans to end the ‘second class’ perception of technical and professional education.