New research highlights ‘reality gap’ in terms of employers’ perceptions of the health of their workforce
New research, from Edenred and energiseYou, shows that organisations are overestimating the health of the employees and that only a minority of organisations are strategically committed to employee wellbeing.
New research has underlined the high value placed on Childcare Vouchers by both employers and employees. A recent survey conducted on behalf of Edenred and other key industry stakeholders shows that the vast majority (over 90 per cent) of parents are concerned about the cost of childcare. This
Edenred recently conducted a Reward & Recognition Research Study to find opinions on the best way to motivate, incentivise and reward people and to find out the main challenges companies face when trying to acheive the highest ROI. Read the findings here.
The proportion of HR professionals who believe that their organisation, or their client, is poorly prepared to manage the risks around how they reward their staff has grown in the past 12 months, according to a survey of Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) members.
The current recession presents the HR profession with the greatest challenge it has faced for more than a decade. The focus is now very clearly improving performance whilst at the same time reducing cost. For many organisations this means restructuring, downsizing and redundancies, and the need
Peter Meyler: Head of Employee Relationship Management at Ipsos MORI looks at how the influence of Corporate Responsibility on Employee Engagement has changed since 2006.
86% of employers think a childcare voucher scheme improves the perception of them as an employer. This research explores what organisations are using childcare vouchers and the benefits they achieve and improvement they would like made. For those that don't use a scheme, what are the real