With organisations often offering upwards of 20 different benefits and allowances to their staff, we look at those beyond health-related benefits, company cars and pensions, to see what else is on offer.
Employers routinely offer their employees a varied range of benefits and allowances to boost salaries. We look at some of the most common benefits in use and also ask about any changes made to the offering in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
XpertHR's latest analysis finds that health and wellbeing remain key elements in many organisations' benefits packages.
Travel-related benefits range from company cars to cycle-to-work schemes, and are among the most commonly offered elements of benefits packages.
Away from health-related benefits, company cars and pensions, there are a host of other benefits available to employers to boost the package they offer to employees. We investigate some of the other benefits available.
Travel and subsistence remain a key part of employee benefits schemes, our research reveals.
Health and wellbeing continue to feature prominently in employers' benefits packages, as our survey shows.
Benefits packages have an important role to play in an organisation's recruitment and retention strategy, particularly as the labour market remains tight. Our research examines the types of benefits and allowances offered.
Company cars and car allowances continue to be a popular employee benefit. Our latest research includes findings on the scale of provision, the level of the benefits and how environmental factors are shaping employer practice.
Employee assistance programmes continue to be popular among employers, our latest research finds, with online resources growing in importance as a feature of schemes.
Survey analysis: HR and legal information and guidance relating to benefits.
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