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Pulling the benefits lever

HR professionals in large UK enterprises tend to overestimate employee satisfaction when it comes to rewards and benefits programmes. Comparing perceptions between HR departments and the general workforce, the survey found that just around half of employees stated they are happy with the benefits offered by their company.

Article by: Heather Rogers | Published: 25 October 2018

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Middle East, GCC region – Organisations in the Gulf Cooperation Council Revamping Benefit Offerings

According to the latest Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Allowances and Benefits Survey conducted by Aon the GCC region has witnessed a concerted shift from a pure-pay model to an emphasis on ‘total rewards’. Representing a notable increase in the prevalence of benefit offerings for employees, the results are seen as a positive indicator for the region in attracting and retaining the right talent.

Article by: Christopher Page | Published: 3 October 2018

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Great benefits poorly communicated is just a waste

It’s no good providing valuable benefits if your staff don’t know about them!  The old adage, you can lead a horse to water but you can’t force it to drink, may resonate with some when it comes to Voluntary Benefits and in particular, discount schemes. However, I would take issue with that. As with almost everything in life, it’s all about how you communicate it.

Article by: Andy Caldicott | Published: 15 April 2018

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The art of benefits? Immediacy

Did you know the direct costs of employee absence to the economy are reported to be in excess of £14bn each year? That’s what a recent survey by the CBI discovered. It’s research like this that inspired recruitment and HR specialist Rebecca Myers, to establish a new employee benefit service geared towards accessible fitness sessions for time-poor employees.

Article by: Rebecca Myers | Published: 19 January 2018