What to look out for
Four actionable steps for employers to take post-lockdown
Benefits being used to support employees
On Valentine’s Day
Research on World Kindness Day
'Should cover emotional wellbeing'
60% ‘need to do more’ to support staff
'Women being put off cancer screening due to misunderstanding'
On World Cancer Day
Does the importance of early intervention and effective rehabilitation during absence outweigh the financial benefits of group income protection?
Rehabilitation and health support plus claims information for employers and employees
Disabled women face unique challenges within the workplace but group insurance can provide specific benefits to meet their needs and attract their skills
While many global organisations have adopted broader diversity and inclusion policies, just over half have tailored these policies to specifically accommodate LGBT employees, according to Mercer's LGBT Benefits around the World Survey
Employers are unprepared for the UK leaving the European Union, according to research from Jelf Employee Benefits conducted only seven days prior to the referendum.
Over a quarter of employers (27%) plan to signpost absent employees towards Fit for Work (FfW) in the absence of GP referrals.
Nearly a third of employers have reported an increase in people coming to work while they are ill.
Westfield Health has launched a health and wellbeing toolkit for HR managers.
Premier League football clubs pay £123m per season in wages to injured players, JLT Speciality has calculated, with Manchester United paying the most.
Employers facing lengthy staff sickness absences can now refer employees to the fully operational Fit for Work (FfW) health service.
The winners of Britain's Healthiest Company have been announced, including Old Mutual which won as the healthiest small company.
Jelf has released two whitepapers on benefits technology to help employers have a more consolidated approach to employee benefits.
Elective surgeries such as knee replacement operations and cataract surgery are seen as a valid reason for being absent from work by only 35% of employers, research for AXA PPP has found.