The government has launched the first stage of its review of the rules around travel and subsistence expenses tax to sit as part of the wider consultations on expenses and benefits.
Tax | 31 Jul 2014
Human capital is an organisation’s most valuable intangible asset, according to ING Investment Management (IM), and is an important value driver in achieving better long-term risk adjusted returns.
The number of employed women aged between 60 and 62 grew by 5.9 percentage points when the state pension age was lifted to 62, according to the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS).
Owain Thomas speaks exclusively to the woman charged with implementing the Health and Work Service
Britain’s population is aging rapidly and this is placing an ever-increasing burden on the nation’s carers. Hannah Uttley and Owain Thomas assess the need for employers to confront the impact on their staff.
Ten things employers should know about the government's new Tax-Free Childcare scheme which is set to replace employer-supported childcare next year.
Greater Manchester is proving that with a co-ordinated approach many more people can be persuaded to enjoy the benefits of cycling to work. Owain Thomas investigates how the region’s substantial investment is benefiting employers and employees.
Voluntary Benefits: What employees want
Team screen: The role of health screening services
Dental and eyecare plans
Tweets from WSB
66 reward and benefits professionals were asked about the challenges of changing providers. What matters most to them about their reward and benefits platform? And how prepared were they to shop around? This paper explores the results which make interesting reading for buyers and providers alike.
Millions of Britons are worrying themselves sick because of problems with money - and something needs to be done about it. This whitepaper explores how employee benefits can help staff to manage their finances whilst alleviating the stress and lack of productivity associated with on-going concerns in this area.