Conversations between employers and those struggling with mental health have largely failed to happen due to stigma, fear or lack of education, Legal & General’s Vanessa Sallows told Real Business. This needs to change.
As part of our Fleet For Growing Businesses hub we’ve taken a look through the A-Z of key business fleet terms. Here, we explore benefit-in-kind.
As the trend of job satisfaction continues to grow across the country, UK employees have revealed the workplace perks they desire the most.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has just given his first Budget address in the Autumn Statement 2016 speech, and here are the most important developments for business leaders.
A pair of scissors could be taken to John Lewis benefits for staff, perks that made it one of the most attractive retailers on the high street to work for.
Last week’s news wasn’t dominated by goings on in the Palace of Westminster, but, in fact, by events surrounding a large white marquee in the picturesque English countryside.
Small and medium sized businesses are increasingly finding that employees are demanding the same benefits they would find in a large, multinational corporation – and won’t accept limited budget or the size of the company as an excuse for not receiving them.
There are plenty of things most of us are glad have been consigned to the history books, but it appears some company owners still have their feet firmly in the past when it comes to getting a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work.
Since the beginning of 2016, it’s been made evident that staff no longer feel they need to be tethered down to a particular job out of worry they might not find work elsewhere. But research offers one solution that could work in your favour.
However much you may want a workforce to enjoy being at work, the bottom line is always that to be profitable, grow the business or meet other business objectives you need a productive team.
Employees have, quite frankly, grown tired of beanbags, pool tables and birthday cakes and have made it their mission to find a company that offers the most unusual benefits – so can you afford not to consider using one of these odd perks?
Governments play an important role in providing a safety net for those who are unable to work, and in deciding what benefits and income support peopleare entitled to. It has been revealed, however, that Britain is one of the most frugal countries in terms of benefits.