The technology to improve employees’ wellbeing is already here. But it is now in employers’ hands to make sure it is used to create successful corporate wellness programmes
Here they are - the winners of the Workplace Savings and Benefits Awards 2020...
Here they are. The finalist lists for the WSB Awards 2020.
WSB's webinar looks at the benefits health screening can offer both employers and employees and examines the range of offerings currently available.
The entry deadline for the Workplace Savings & Benefits Awards 2019 is Thursday 9th May.
Manchester-based audio branding agency PHMG has added 'wedding leave' and 'proud parent leave' to its benefits package.
Here they are - the winners of the Workplace Savings and Benefits Awards 2018...
Employers are wishing for a peaceful New Year with no regulatory upheaval.
Three-quarters (75%) of employers believe they are responsible for positively influencing employee health.
Few employers have been made officially aware of the availability of Fit for Work (FfW) according to new research.
An overwhelming majority (73%) felt either moderately concerned or very concerned about supporting employees with carer responsibilities.
Over half (57%) of employees have suffered from mental health problems with stress (43%) and depression (26%) the most commonly experienced problems.
Employers have been urged to change executive bonuses and incentives as workers believe CEOs are overpaid.
Pension tax reform is the big fear for benefits professionals in 2016 - with half (47%) of employers saying it is their biggest concern.
The reward and benefit packages offered to UK employers will become increasingly personalised in 2016, a major survey by the Reward & Employee Benefits Association (REBA) reveals.
Boston College's health and wellbeing revolution has seen improvements in absence rates, stress levels and its Ofted inspection report.
Correctly promoting health at work is one of the key considerations when implementing workplace wellbeing initiatives, according to the Trades Union Congress (TUC).
Towers Watson shareholders are again being urged to vote against the proposed merger with Willis Group by proxy adviser company Glass Lewis and Co.
Broker Marsh has completed its acquisition of Jelf Group following approval by shareholders and regulatory authorities.
BAE Systems has launched its first-ever employee share plan for non-UK taxpayers. Kristian Brunt-Seymour explains the details.
One in four employers wants no help from providers or consultants in managing their group risk schemes.
Thomson Reuters is to introduce pension freedom education for its in-house defined contribution (DC) scheme in January.
Willis plans to offer Towers Watson shareholders a £117.75m ($179m) sweetener to head off legal challenges targeting the merger of the two consultants.
Towers Watson and Willis Group are planning to merge in a deal worth around $18bn (£11bn). But what is the rationale behind the move? WSB looks at the five key reasons behind the amalgamation.