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One in five employers only communicate their menopause support on a quarterly or less frequent basis, says Peppy

Greater creativity needed in comms Of the employers who offer menopause support, one in five (18%) only communicate on the subject on a quarterly or less frequent basis, according to…
Financial Wellbeing

9 in 10 employers expect their employees to experience financial difficulties this winter

 Research* undertaken by national intermediary Partners& last week highlights growing concerns about the financial wellbeing of employees as the cost-of-living crisis continues   A survey of more than 160 senior…

Chloe Smith MP named as Secretary of State at the Department of Work and Pensions.

Chloe Smith, MP for Norwich North was yesterday named as Secretary of State at the Department of Work and Pensions. Steve Butler, CEO of Punter Southall Aspire, comments: “I’d like…
West Wales HR Consultancy Named As One Of Britain’s Most Inspiring Firms
Employee Benefits
Keep employee benefits in place as the UK faces “really difficult” 2023
New Survey: Continuous improvement remains HR’s Achilles heel
Majority of organisations struggling with leader succession planning to futureproof business
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Daloop Launches Innovative Formula to Help Businesses Calculate the Investment Needed to Install EV Charge Points For Staff
Unipart Powertrain Applications Enhances Just-In-Time Manufacturing With Nutanix
Winners crowned at Wales HR Awards
Employee Benefits
Cost Of Living: Employers Aren’t Doing Enough To Keep Up With The Cost Of Inflation, Say Employees Forced To Turn To Alternative Measures
Aon’s UK Benefits and Trends Survey 2022 finds that resource, not budget, is new benefit communication barrier