While mental health is at the forefront of the HR agenda, it's rarely discussed in the C-suite
A happy employee is generally a healthy employee, but there are often times when employees fall ill or are injured and require time away from the office as a result. When this happens, the majority can count on their workplace’s sick or disability leave policies to support them.
By 2020 more than a quarter of your workers will be 55 and older – what are you doing to prepare?
What’s the best pension plan for attracting and retaining senior staff?
Half of companies now offer Employee Assistance Programs, so if you don’t have one you’re losing a competitive advantage – but how can HR sell it to the C-Suite?
Canadian court orders insurance firms to pay record amount to former mining company employee “maliciously” mistreated.
Financially stressed employees spend 20 hours a month of work time trying to solve their financial problems – high-time to start offering financial literacy training.
Think what your workers eat and how they use their downtime is none of your business? It could be affecting your bottom line.
While companies tend to have policies in place to manage long-term disability, it seems few UK workers have considered the personal possibility.
There’s been a lot of debate around telework this month, but what makes the difference between a policy that works, and one that doesn't?
In his latest website update Branson argues soon offices will be a thing of the past, and says offering choice is the key to keeping employees happy.