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.
A list of key offer and retailer considerations for organisations about to integrate an employee discount portal with a voluntary benefits platform.
A panel of experts – which included Michael Rose, Reward Strategy Consultant and author of Reward Management, Sally Purbrick, Head of Reward at Anglian Water and Jamie King, Head of Reward at Xexec – identify a number of practical steps how organisations can implement a successful recognition strategy.
One of the most difficult jobs for managers and Human Resources teams is to keep top talent.
Amazon and Apple are both among the most admired companies in the world. However, feedback from employees on Glassdoor.com suggests that both have historically somewhat struggled with employee engagement...
One of the most difficult and important jobs for managers and Human Resources teams is to spot talent. According to recent research by CEB Global, the work environment is very different now to five years ago, which makes spotting rising stars even more difficult.
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.
There's a lot of buzz out there about employee engagement, reward and recognition, employee motivation... It's so easy to get bogged down in the ebbs and flows of day-to-day working life, from the menial tasks of daily routine, to those hundreds of emails and ultimately needing to hit those targets.
Development budget usage, shrinkage rates, employee turnover and a whole host of other metrics can give an insight into engagement levels in your organisation.
The value of a loyal customer is obvious — there is plenty of research available that demonstrates a loyal customer’s tendency to spend more, stay longer and advocate to others. For example, a study by the Centre for Retail Management found that retailers could tie 55–75% of their revenue to their loyal customers, which usually represent just 12–15% of the entire customer base.