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  • HR’s guide to super in 2010 by

    In the 2010 budget the Government has announced yet further changes to superannuation. Tim Jenkins outlines how HR can overcome the complexities of an ever-changing superannuation scheme

  • Beating stress with benefits by

    The UK seems to be in the middle of a stress epidemic, which often manifests itself in the workplace. But just how widespread is stress at work, and what benefits can employers use to address at least some of the causes and symptoms? John Charlton reports

  • At the compliance coalface of superannuation by

    Compliance with superannuation rules and regulation is an oft-moving goalpost for HR and employers. HR Leader examines some of the latest issues and trends in superannuation and looks at how employers can tick all the compliance boxes

  • Executive remuneration: striking a balance by

    There will be increased attention on executive remuneration in the wake of the global financial crisis. HR Leader examines some of the thorny issues and looks at how companies can get the executive remuneration balance right

  • It’s time to take the incentive initiative by

    Employee incentive programs can play a big role in boosting productivity and employee engagement. HR Leader details the elements of successful incentive programs and why HR plays an important role in them

  • Evolution – not revolution... employee assistance programs by

    Having evolved over the past 20 years, offering employee assistance programs (EAPs) to staff and their families is now commonplace. A major bank and two emergency service organisations tell Teresa Russell why trauma counselling is one part of their EAP offering

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