Recent press coverage has highlighted the importance of organisations conducting effective gender pay gap analysis — here are four best practice tips to avoid reputational and financial damage from the HR and employee benefits consulting services firm, Gallagher.
Hybrid working is likely to be the future for many organisations, and the office remains a vital part of the mix. Here, we provide five practical tips on how to make yours stand out as a destination people want to come to.
People Management Insight shares the key takeaways from Gallagher’s UK 2023 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking report, revealing fresh trends, current priorities and pain points in the reward and benefits space.
Hiring the wrong person risks an organisation’s reputation and wastes time and money. But incorporating social media screening into the hiring process bears its own legal and ethical considerations. Here’s how to navigate the minefield.
As inflation rates rise and the UK economy faces unprecedented challenges, organisations must rethink their approach to pay and retention. Sarah Jefferys, head of reward and benefits consulting at Gallagher, offers some top tips on how to build a competitive pay strategy in a challenging environment
Presenteeism is common among deskless workers but it is manageable. We explain the reasons behind it and the repercussions on employee productivity and wellbeing, with tips to help you tackle it in your workplace.
Offering flexible working can help overcome recruitment challenges, improve retention and bring priority groups back into the workforce. The culture around flexible work is changing, now is the time to invest in flexibility for frontline workers
Remuneration budgets are tight, and skills shortages in frontline industries are going nowhere. Employers can retain their best employees by transforming their internal hiring. Read on to find out how.
As the cost of living in the UK soars, a financial wellbeing programme at work can relieve some financial stress on shift-based (‘deskless’) employees. Here are the employee benefits employers should consider.
Within a business, HR is a constant – often the first and last point of contact for its people. This is why it’s one of the best departments to build a true culture of sustainability, says Treedom’s Anna Weston