Benefits

Putting volunteering at the front of ESG

Volunteering is a popular way for workers to give back to the community around them, but it isn’t always as easy as just giving staff days off, finds Peter Crush.

Cover story: Delivering the perfect reward package (Part 2)

The rules of reward have been ripped up over the last few crisis-hit years. Dan Cave finds out how HR leaders can reap the 'Covid dividend' to power a progressive reward strategy.

Cover story: Delivering the perfect reward package

The rules of reward have been ripped up over the last few crisis-hit years. Dan Cave finds out how this chaos could drive a more equitable, productive future.

Three ways to build a fertility policy

The IVF Network hosted an event yesterday (2nd November) in London to discuss what employers should consider when building a fertility treatment policy.

HR Most Influential podcast series three launched

Series three of the HR Most Influential podcast has launched, with 2023's #1 practitioner Bertie Tonks in the hot seat.

Employers have more menopause support than they realise

Employers may well have more support for menopause than they realise, according to Katharine Moxham, spokesperson for Group Risk Development (GRiD), the industry body for group risk protection.

Series 3 Launch: Hyper-personalisation with Bertie Tonks

Series three of the HR Most Influential podcast has launched, with 2023's #1 practitioner Bertie Tonks in the hot seat.

Does your organisation need marriage leave?

Only 5% of UK employers offer marriage leave on top of annual leave, according to new research from wedding app Hitched.

A fifth of workers undergoing fertility treatment quit jobs

A fifth of employees undergoing fertility treatment have quit their job due to the way they were treated at work, according to a new report from Totaljobs and the Fawcett Society.

Is the gig up for the gig economy? (Part one)

The gig economy continues to be a hot topic for discussion as the UK works on its position on fair work. Dan Cave uncovers the current climate and explores the alternatives.

Counter-offers used to fill skills shortages

As skills shortages persist, 40% of UK employers have made a counter-offer to retain staff in the last 12 months according the CIPD's Labour Market Outlook.

Employees rely more on company benefits as costs rise

Employees are increasingly using employer benefits to support leisure purchases, such as gym memberships and holidays, according to new research from Perkbox.