It is common in business for a generous benefits package to be offered to managers. But have you ever thought what value you are getting from what is often a significant expenditure and what is your objective in providing a benefits package? Perception of value is often at odds with the reality of the situation and the answer is in your hands.
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Over the past 15 years many businesses have given up the Company Car and offered a cash alternative to their staff. In their eyes, the so called ‘Grey Fleet’ offers a clean and tidy way of absolving themselves of the responsibility of running Company car schemes. But in reality this represents a potentially dangerous strategy.
The High Court this morning handed down judgment in the challenge to the legality of the Employment Tribunal fees regime. Brought by the Trade Union, Unison, the arguments centred on the restriction of access to justice and the disproportionate effect of Employment Tribunal fees on female claimants.
Wednesday 22nd January saw the culmination of weeks of organisation for the Gravitas team, with an early evening drinks reception at the Campanile Hotel, Grange Park.
The lure of commission has long been held as the performance driver for sales teams. However, for many businesses devising a commission scheme becomes an exercise in setting targets to guarantee earnings.
We are delighted to announce that Gravitas HR Solutions will merge with In-essence Employment Law with effect from 1 October 2013.
The ever topical and misunderstood world of executive remuneration continues to baffle the best business brains, with smaller businesses making the same mistakes as large corporations.
How many businesses out there see HR as a necessary evil or an unwanted distraction? A basic HR Audit can help them to understand what actions they need to minimise risk and protect the business.