We look at some of the less common benefits and allowances offered by organisations, including perks such as long-service awards, staff discount schemes and paid volunteering days.
We examine bonus payments and policies for employees, and the main differences by industry, job level, job function group, age and gender.
With the main bonus season of the year now behind us, we take a look at the popularity of this reward type and the typical payments made.
Most employees will be offered a package of different benefits and allowances to augment their salary. We look at some of the less common offerings away from pensions, health and travel perks.
Employee reward and benefits are key tools being used to tackle the recruitment and retention challenges many organisations are facing. As they handle increasing rates of labour turnover, we look at how employers are planning to embed reward into their workforce strategy in 2022.
We look at some of the less common employee benefits and allowances on offer away from the more well-known health and wellbeing, travel and subsistence and pension perks.
We examine the typical bonus payments made to UK professionals and managers, and how these vary by factors such as job level, industry and age.
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.
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