XpertHR research into occupational sick pay schemes looks at how much employees are paid during the time that they are off sick, when occupational sick pay takes effect and whether or not benefits increase with length of service.
The second part of XpertHR research into occupational sick pay schemes covers how employees inform their organisation that they are sick, the evidence employees need to provide to their employer, and the detail of organisations' sick pay policies.
A model letter to send to an employee on shared parental leave whose job has been identified as redundant, as soon as a suitable alternative vacancy is available.
A model letter informing an employee who is made redundant while on shared parental leave that no suitable alternative vacancy exists.
A model letter confirming to an employee who is made redundant while on shared parental leave that he or she has accepted a suitable alternative vacancy.
A model letter informing an employee who is made redundant while on shared parental leave of the consequences of turning down a suitable alternative vacancy.
We examine the findings of the XpertHR's 2015 benefits and allowances survey on childcare, location and a variety of the other diverse benefits that employers provide.
This article in our series on benefits and allowances focuses on travel benefits and subsistence allowances offered to employees.
Updated to include details of the Government's announcement that a consultation on shared grandparental leave will open in May.
Giving employees a choice of benefits, and delivering them in the most cost-efficient manner, are key themes emerging from this year's survey of employers' benefits and allowances packages.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to pay-related and other benefits.