The latest employee benefit & Human resource and occupational health news
February 24th, 2017
What staff benefits are best for you? The answer is dependent on what you want to achieve. Benefits attract and retain staff, help to protect and support employees and company profits. The right mix depends on business goals and budget.
ADVO’s Commercial Director, Colin Boxall has looked at a number of surveys and brought them together with data from ADVO’s own client portfolio to look at the reasoning behind implementing benefits and where they can be effective.
February 21st, 2017
Leading protection insurer, Unum, has responded to the government’s Green Paper consultation on work, health and disability calling for financial incentives for employers to invest in Group Income Protection (GIP).
February 20th, 2017
Simplyhealth are changing their look. The health and wellbeing insurer has a familiar brand but now aim to bring their different companies together under one new brand.
February 17th, 2017
Being part of Investors in People shows how you view and value your staff and from this what your business partners can expect from your organisation. It demonstrates your culture, how your organisation runs and whether your staff believe in you. But how is it done? ADVO’s Gill Mateo gives some tips.
February 16th, 2017
Private medical insurance has been voted most valued staff benefit by SME employees in a recent survey by leading digital risk insurer, Ellipse.
February 15th, 2017
Bupa has confirmed completion of its acquisition of Oasis Dental Care, the UK’s leading private dental provider following regulatory referral from the European Commission to the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in November of last year.
February 14th, 2017
ADVO recently outlined changes to how employment status is viewed. A recent employment tribunal ruling has reinforced the differences of how employers, employees and the courts view self-employment.
February 9th, 2017
It’s not just Brexit that is about to cause anxiety for HR professionals with recent tribunal rulings also about to shake things up. We discuss some recent cases that will require many employers to rethink. (more…)Posted in
February 8th, 2017
Leading health and protection insurer, Unum, has published a thought provoking collections of essays.
Titled ‘What next for health at work’ the essays cover a range of topics including how to incentivise employers to invest in staff wellbeing, reforms to the Fit Note process and how to support employees with mental health and musculoskeletal problems.