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When was the last time you checked yours?
Why is today, Friday 4th January, such an important day to recognize?
Could employees be missing out on opportunities to strengthen their relationship with their boss?
New report finds what women and men each desire.
Close relations between all levels of staff matter when it comes to feel valued.
New research finds that the key to preventing New Year staff departures may be a December bonus.
When done properly, being visibly family-friendly is a powerful tool for employers, new research finds.
Over half (58 per cent) of reward and employee benefit specialists see predictive analytics as a game changer in the industry
Research has shown that the issues of culture and engagement are top priority for organisations looking to integrate globally dispersed or virtual teams.
Incentive and reward company, Red Letter Days For Business, know how important it is to recognise employees for a job well done and the company has stepped its rewards up a notch this month by launching the Hypercar Holy Trinity 200mph Challenge – a world-exclusive supercar experience in partnership with Auto Vivendi Supercar Club.
Skills shortages are some of the biggest issues facing UK businesses right now. Unemployment is predicted to fall this year to 5.2 percent; a point considered to indicate that everyone who wants to work is in work. On top of that growing control over immigrant workers is adding more pressure in some sectors. The heat is really is on for HR professionals responsible for talent acquisition and retention
Despite more and more people using public transport to get to work, the availability of a company is still a crucial factor for many when it comes to accepting a job. 64 percent of company car drivers have said in a survey that the availability of vehicles are an important factor in job decisions and virtually all (90 percent) of those offered a company car accepted it.
Employer concern is growing about the number of older workers who are planning to delay retirement due to sparse pension pots. A survey conducted by the professional services firm, Towers Watson, also uncovered employer concern about whether enough is being done to prepare an aging workforce for retirement.