Rewards - pay, benefits and compensation
September 16 2020 - The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is looking to shake up how it regulates the funding of defined benefit pension
July 14 2020 - The Pensions Regulator (TPR) recently published guidance setting out the new interim regime for defined benefit (DB)
consolidators and the framework for their authorisation and regulation.
May 13 2020 - Now, more than ever, employers need to think about how to keep all staff feeling motivated and supported.
December 28 2019 - Want to set a pay scale for your employees, but don't know where to start?
Then read on to learn what is a salary range and how it is determined here.
December 24 2019 - Many employers are making changes to their benefits packages in order to attract more employees and reward
the ones that they already have.
December 3 2019 - With 2020 just around the corner, it's that time of year to start looking ahead at what's to come.
November 6 2019 - Vestd Response to Labour's plan to give shares to employees
September 17 2019 - This post looks at the three most popular types of employee share scheme, what they are and how they work.
April 3 2019 - When it comes to handling sensitive data, HR and payroll professionals have a lot on their plate.
February 5 2016 - Let's be honest, plenty of us pull 'sickies' in order to have a Duvet Day. Which is why some companies are
cutting right to the chase and making Duvet Days a legitimate thing.
October 30 2015 - Research has shown that not only does a good health benefits package both help to attract employees to a company, it also helps to retain existing staff.
September 10 2015 - Money spent on incentivising staff is an
investment and it's an investment in the most important aspect of any company, the people who work for it.
March 17 2015 - The adult (aged 21 and over) minimum wage rate will increase from £6.50 to £6.70 an
hour in October.
November 27 2013 - Over 30,000 low paid workers stand to benefit from a rise in the 'UK Living Wage' rate worth up to £400 a year recently announced during Living Wage Week at the start of November
December 29 2008 - The CIPD's annual Barometer Report forecasts that 2009 is likely to be the worst year for
jobs in two decades.
June 23 2008 - Research from the TUC, the End Child
Poverty coalition and the Fawcett Society has concluded that women's low pay
is not just a cause of poverty, but also has major consequences on
their children's living standards.