Article 3) Are Men from Mars and Women from Venus when it comes to Health Provision in the workplace?
The book Men are from Mars and Women from Venus by John Gray states that the most common reason for the differences between men and women is a result of psychological difference between the sexes. This is my third and final article on Health in the workplace which draws a conclusion from my last two […]
Article 2) Are Men from Mars and Women from Venus when it comes to Health provision in the workplace?
The book Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus by John Gray states that the most common reason for the differences between men and women is a result of psychological differences between the sexes. So in my second article on Health in the workplace, I have focused on Men’s Health in the work […]
Article 1) Are Men from Mars and Women from Venus when it comes to Health provision in the workplace?
So, in my first article on Health in the workplace, I have focused on Women’s Health in the workplace and I will look at each sexes similarities and differences and how employers can help all employees. Women’s health in the workplace has become an increasingly important issue in recent years. With women making up nearly […]
The term neurodiversity refers to the way that everyone’s brains work differently. Most people are considered to be neurotypical but awareness of neurodiversity and the importance of supporting employees who are neurodivergent in the workplace is growing. Some examples of neurodiverse conditions are autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia but this list is not exhaustive and there […]
Pension automatic enrolment is nearly 10 years old; do you think it has been a success? Do you think it’s time for the rules to change? These are questions I am quite often asked and, in my opinion, yes, pension automatic enrolment has been a success in making more people save for their retirement. Following […]
I am now often asked; how can we help our employees with the cost-of-living crisis? Whilst many companies are paying one off cash lump sums to their employees to help, this can be costly to a company and the employee has to pay tax and NI so will typically only receive around 70% of the […]
I quite often come across old Defined Contribution Trust-Based pension schemes that employers have had in place before Workplace pensions or even Stakeholder pensions. I am asked, ‘What should I do with this old pension scheme, I don’t even know who these people are!’. It is clear that some employers don’t know the full extent […]
International Women’s Day was a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. Many facts and figures were issued on this day, but they apply to women all year round. Here are some highlights looking specifically at some financial implications for women. Pensions It was published in January 2022 by the […]
If you’re planning to take time out of work to have a baby, chances are your pension isn’t high on your list of immediate priorities. Ensuring your finances are in order is as essential as preparing for being a new parent and the sleepless nights. In addition to your maternity pay, it’s important to think […]
Staff have reviewed the value of their Employee Benefits due to Covid-19. Have you, as an Employer reviewed what you offer your Employees?
According to recent research1, 46% of employees say that the Covid 19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has made them review the value of the benefits their employer offers when deciding to stay with or join a new employer. The research also found that 33% of employees want their employer to prioritise health over lifestyle benefits. In addition, […]