Bike Week 100 is here, and it’s all about workplace cycling. The campaign aims to encourage as many businesses as possible to help their employees adopt cycling as a mode of commuting to work. Read on to discover the benefits of partnering with Pluxee UK for Cycle to Work.
Are you researching what employee benefits to offer to your workforce? One tip from us... go streamlined! Read on to discover how to embed a streamlined solution that gives your people more of what matters and opens up a world of opportunities for your business.
Workplace stress is never off our radar, and with so many factors to consider, it’s a topic we’re returning to again, this time focusing on how physical wellbeing benefits can help reduce employee stress levels.
Salary Sacrifice and salary deduct schemes are often interchanged. They actually work very differently. Salary sacrifice schemes also have variants; since the UK government backs the eco-friendly schemes - Cycle to Work and Green Cars - read on to learn how they can enhance your offering and unleash savings for your people and business.
Your employee wellbeing strategy is a powerful tool - so much more than a tick-box exercise. During this blog, we'll explore the benefits of embedding employee wellbeing into your core values and how to do so in a meaningful way.
What does community spirit have to do with the employee experience? Quite a lot.
By 2025, Millennials will make up 75% of the global workforce, and they’re looking for socially responsible employers. Read on to discover how to achieve this.
Is financial anxiety causing your employees' excess stress and disrupting your business? Let's explore the current state of financial anxiety and how you can enhance your employees' financial resilience.
There are times of the year when employee mental wellbeing needs additional support, such as when the January blues hits. Focusing on mental wellbeing throughout the year can create resilience in your people when they need it most. Read on and take crucial steps to assess their mental health, identify concerns and provide support.
Have you heard about Online GP, our new, inclusive, and cost-effective physical wellbeing benefit significantly impacting businesses and employees? Read on to discover the world of opportunities Online GP can create for your people and business.
Reward & Recognition
Stress is a hot topic, no matter the time of year, but with April dedicated to Stress Awareness, it’s good to keep the momentum going. During this blog, we'll uncover what factors are increasing your employees' stress levels, and the role recognition plays in alleviating it.
Retention is the new acquisition! Retaining employees is more cost-effective than recruiting and training fresh talent. During this blog, we'll discuss exactly why you want to keep your people and how to create an employee experience they won't want to walk away from.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
The 1st to 7th of May is Deaf Awareness Week, a campaign that promotes awareness of the challenges faced by the D/deaf community in accessing communication and the barriers that exist in society.
During this blog, we’ll explore the barriers and struggles that exist for the D/deaf community in the workplace. However, before we get into the finer details, it’s worth ensuring that employers and colleagues understand the correct terms to ensure language is inclusive and non-discriminatory.
Maternity Mental Health Awareness Week, organised by the Maternal Mental Health Alliance (MMHA), runs from the 2nd to the 8th of May. This week-long campaign discusses mental health problems ‘before, during and after pregnancy.’
This blog will highlight why you need to ensure your HR teams and managers understand perinatal mental health and discuss how you can provide the best support.
As a HR professional, employee wellbeing will be high on your agenda. However, with so many conversations taking place, it can be tricky to know how and where to start. We've broken it down into steps to help you create the complete employee wellbeing offering.
April is Stress Awareness Month, and we’ve been busy encouraging employers and HR professionals to #ActNow. As part of the campaign, we're using this blog as a guide to protecting your people from the risks of excess stress in the workplace.