Updated to take into account the extension of the Tax-free childcare scheme to parents of children under six, from 24 November 2017.
We examine XpertHR Salary survey data to reveal which employees are receiving a bonus, and the value of these payments.
We investigate the principles that guide organisations' reward offerings, and look at the various reward activities that will be undertaken over the coming year.
No matter who the employer is and how much scrutiny they are under, calculating bonuses can be problematic. We round up five employment law cases where the employer made a bonus mistake.
XpertHR's latest research on Christmas and New Year working arrangements finds that employers will spend an average of £27,000 on celebrations during the 2016/2017 holiday period.
XpertHR Salary survey data reveals the factors that influence which employee groups are most likely to receive a bonus, and the average value of these payments.
A reward strategy describes the pay and benefits on offer at an organisation and how it will help to meets business objectives, however, our latest research finds that less than half of employers have one in place.
Data from XpertHR Salary surveys reveals which jobs are most likely to receive a bonus, and what these additional payments are worth.
XpertHR research into pay strategies reveals the key areas employers are focusing on in 2015.
An employment tribunal has found that a worker's holiday pay should be calculated by reference only to his or her basic pay, excluding overtime pay, discretionary bonuses and standby allowances, taking a more straightforward approach than the tribunal in the controversial decision in Neal v Freightliner Ltd.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employee bonuses.