Premiums and allowances
In Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland and another v Agnew, the Supreme Court upheld the Court of Appeal's decision that police officers and civilian police support staff in Northern Ireland can recover holiday underpayments that stretch back as far as 1998.
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.
In McKenzie-Bayliss v The Crown Prosecution Service, an employment tribunal held that a homeworking employee who relocated to North-East England but carried out work for the South-East region was no longer entitled to receive pay at the London rate.
In the current tight labour market, a compelling benefits package can give an organisation the edge over competitors, helping to recruit and retain talent. XpertHR research looks at the most popular benefits and how they are delivered, benefits strategies and whether employees are involved in the choice of benefits offered.
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.
In the current tight labour market, a compelling benefits package can give an organisation the edge over competitors, helping it to recruit and retain talent. Our latest research looks at the types of benefits and allowances that organisations offer to their employees.
What impact will remote or hybrid working have on pay rates and allowances paid based solely on office location? XpertHR's survey investigates the future of location pay.
A strong benefits package can set an organisation apart from the competition, helping it to attract new talent and retain existing employees. We look at some of the most common benefits in use, discover any changes made in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and ask employers about their main strategic focus for the next 12 months.
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.
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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