As organisations look to offer benefits that make a tangible difference to their employees’ quality of life, offering concierge services as a voluntary benefit has gone from being 'nice to have' to forming a key part of any comprehensive benefits package.
Most employers are well aware of the recently announced changes to the tax perks enjoyed by salary sacrifice schemes. The good news is that there are still many ways to provide value to staff.
More than ever before staff want to feel valued by their team, their employers and their peers. They want to know that the 15 or 20 years of loyal service meant something to the company and that the company has grown to know and understand them as an individual.
Xexec, a leading employee engagement, reward & recognition and customer loyalty programmes provider, today launched a new suite of employee engagement and retention services and announced Cancer Research UK as the first organisation to adopt the integrated discounts and reward and recognition platform.
One of the most difficult jobs for managers and Human Resources teams is to keep top talent.
What if a company doesn’t have so much cash at its disposal for rewards? How can managers motivate employees through rewards and recognition on a tight budget?
There is fierce competition among Human Resources Directors from top companies to attract and retain top talent. A critical way that companies compete is through Employee Engagement - ensuring that employees feel valued through great benefits, reward and recognition schemes and building the right culture and environment.
Xexec’s continued success in North American markets has firmly cemented its position among Britain’s 200 fastest growing, internationally-focused mid-size firms. For the second year running, Xexec, a leading provider of employee benefits has been named in the annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, which is sponsored by HSBC and compiled by the Oxford-based research and networking events company Fast Track.
Would you be surprised to learn that culture and engagement is the most pressing human resources challenge facing organisations in 2015? This is just one of the insights from the latest release of Deloitte’s annual Global Human Capital Trends report.
It is critical that all employees are engaged in human resources changes, particularly any that will affect their access to benefits. Whether you’re simply adding suppliers to the employee discounts portal or completely overhauling your approach to employee benefits, these six tips will help you communicate the change more effectively to your staff.