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A quarter (23 per cent)* of the UK’s small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) do not have an absence management system in place, according to new research from Jelf Employee Benefits. Despite 69 per cent* of organisations having a system in place, three-quarters (75 per cent) report that it is not providing them with sufficiently empowering absence or health data to inform an effective wellbeing programme.
Jelf Employee Benefits closely examines healthcare provision and challenges within Nigeria. This will be of particular interest to HR decision makers with employees based in Nigeria, and assesses the environment, risks, facilities and safeguards that are relevant to organisations that are actively deploying expatriate staff in this location.
Former Association of Bridging Professionals chairman Sidney Cohen passed away last week. The popular Cohen began his career as a broker before joining Cheval as director of marketing in 1998, where he remained until 2005 before joining Affirmative Finance. Most recently, Cohen was acting as consultant for Masthaven. Cohen was appointed chairman of the AoBP […]
Bath Building Society has appointed Robert Derry-Evans to the role of chairman. He will assume the role on 1 January after the current chairman, Chris Moorsom, retires. Moorsom was due to retire in April this year but agreed to continue until the end of 2014 following the illness of Terry Fussell, who was due to […]
Jelf Employee Benefits explores the draft Income Tax (Recommended Medical Treatment) Regulations 2014 and why intervention is such an important aspect of absence management.
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