A new deal for the future of work is a body of research that explores how, against a backdrop of seismic digital and human change, 70 leading organisations from a cross- section of industries are exploring alternatives to the traditional “give and get” style of reward in favour of agile business and work-centric approaches.
Published: 7 April 2019
Modern psychology supports the increasingly widespread view that intrinsic human emotion and behaviour cannot be positively affected by monetary reward in any sustainable way. It’s a topic that The Beatles referenced as far back as 1964 in the song, Money Can’t Buy Me Love - and is something that can be extended to people motivation too.
Published: 21 December 2018
Today, work is defined by much more than what people actually do. It involves the how, where, when and, most importantly, why. Flexible working patterns, understanding of emotional and mental health and the increasingly blurred lines between man and machine are all posing questions around how employees are rewarded.
Published: 17 March 2018
What is a company without its employees? The heart and soul of every great company is its people and the most successful organisations are those which recruit the right people. People with passion, drive, and a shared sense of purpose. Recruitment can be the difference between success and failure. Between expanding or stagnating; being a leader or lagging behind.
Published: 15 January 2018
A number of key changes to workplace savings are due to come in that employers and employees should be aware of. Article by Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work.
Published: 4 February 2017
Whether it's a tick-box on an employee engagement survey or a simmering atmosphere of discontent in a highly-strung meeting, nothing, it seems, is more frustrating or disheartening than not being acknowledged or rewarded for achieving targets, or generally helping the employer to succeed.
Published: 14 December 2016