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Employers frequently offer employees long-service awards, which are designed to recognise and/or reward lengthy periods of service.
Employers should ensure that their long-service awards scheme is compatible with the Equality Act 2010.
24 Jul 2018
Organisations increasingly employ workers from across three or four generations, which means they should be offering tailored benefits packages. James...
24 Mar 2017
Generous leave entitlements and a unique legal framework characterise Australian employment law. Qian Mou highlights 10 interesting aspects of workplaces...
9 Sep 2015
As the Queen overtakes Queen Victoria as Britain’s longest reigning monarch, XpertHR research shows that just under two-thirds (63%) of...
2 Dec 2009
Some companies are failing, on an almost heroic scale, to value long-serving employees.
Research by benefits specialist Michael C Fina...
4 Nov 2009
Wilson v Health & Safety ExecutiveFactsMrs C Wilson was employed by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) as a band...
16 Oct 2009
Autoglass, the UK’s leading vehicle glass repair and replacement company, has appointed Michael C. Fina, the world’s first global employee reward...
8 Sep 2009
Michael C. Fina, the world’s first global reward and recognition company, is launching the SPARK instant rewards range, a new employee...
3 Sep 2009
Upscale hotel group Principal Hayley, whose properties include The Met in Leeds, The George in Edinburgh, The Royal York Hotel in...
1 Sep 2009
Childcare vouchers are the most commonly offered benefit by employers, according to research from Personnel Today‘s paid-for sister service XpertHR.The...