Considered least important
‘Shifting tide of responsibility’
For employers and employees
Mandatory written statement of workers' rights
Government focus should be on early intervention rather than just crisis
Group risk trade body urges employers to tailor support to younger demographic on World Mental Health Day
On World Suicide Prevention Day, COVER editor Adam Saville investigates the role of group risk policies and employee benefits in supporting staff
Over a third of small-to-medium-sized firms are using flexible working to support staff compared to under a quarter of large firms
Less than half of employers realise that GLA policies pay out regardless of whether death is work related
Poor management alongside lack of monitoring and recording of absence could be combatted by group risk products
Industry body for group risk responds to Office of Tax Simplification request for IHT feedback
'Good grounding' for GRiD and CII's GR1 qualification
With Mental Health Awareness Week upon us, Suzanne Clarkson explores what the individual IP market can learn from their group counterparts when it comes to supporting people with mental health issues...
With a BEIS consultation ongoing, GRiD's Katharine Moxham issues a rallying call for group income protection
'Record-breaking' £5bn in total pay-outs for protection industry last year and £1.6bn paid out for group risk, according to ABI and GRiD
This January, one in five people are looking for a new job, with almost half of them seeking better offers elsewhere. More effective communication of group risk benefits would help recruit and retain staff, research by GRiD has revealed.