Almost all organisations offer at least one health or wellbeing perk in their benefits package, our latest survey reveals.
Health and wellbeing benefits continue to be a key component of employers' benefits packages, XpertHR's survey finds.
Supporting employee wellbeing remains at the forefront of benefits provision, according to our latest benefits and allowances survey.
Employee assistance programmes continue to be popular among employers, our latest research finds, with online resources growing in importance as a feature of schemes.
Definition from the XpertHR glossary.
A model policy to explain an employee assistance programme which deals with objectives, organisational commitment, aims, eligibility, agreement, accessing the service, management information, confidentiality, publicity, evaluation and relationship with other policies.
Where an employee is experiencing stress related to excessive workloads, the presence of a workplace counselling service will not automatically serve to discharge the employer's duty of care in stress claims.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employee assistance programmes.