Workers and companies in the City of London are to benefit from plans to improve office space flexibility, air quality and the natural environment.
Around a third of HR practitioners feel that managers in their organisation often engage in behaviours they consider to be unethical, according to a new CIPD survey.
We examine the provision of some of the wide range of benefits and allowances offered by respondents to XpertHR's research, including childcare benefits, long-service awards, charity days, location allowances, and standby and call-out payments.
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With younger employees increasingly believing business should be a force for good, Bruce McCombie from Pilotlight looks at how skills-based volunteering could help drive engagement.
Here, we look at the findings from the XpertHR survey of benefits and allowances, presenting data on the availability of a number of benefits including long-service awards, childcare and travel benefits, location payments, volunteer days and various allowances.
Balancing HR technology with a commitment to doing good for society is critical to the future of HR. Michael Carty reports from last month's Westminster Employment Forum conference.
Definition from the XpertHR glossary.
Insurance group Aviva has a strong commitment to corporate responsibility (CR), and uses a range of reward initiatives to encourage and enable employees to play their part in putting it into practice.
A model environmental policy.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to corporate social responsibility and sustainability.