The top 10 most read stories AugustSeptember 2016

first_imgThe top 10 most-read stories on between 8 August and 19 September 2016 were:Government consults on tax-efficient benefitsHM Revenue and Customs launched a consultation to examine the potential impact on employers and employees should the government change the way the benefits code applies when a benefit in kind is provided in conjunction with a salary sacrifice or flexible benefits scheme. ITN appoints Sian Williams first mental health championFollowing an internal mental health awareness week, newsreader Sian Williams was appointed ITN’s first mental health champion. Marks and Spencer lobbied by MPs over planned pay changesLabour MP Siobhain McDonagh led a demonstration against retailer Marks and Spencer in response to proposed changes in pay, including the removal of Sunday premiums and the introduction of standardised bank holiday payments. Nestle agrees pay and pensions deal for employeesNestle has confirmed a pay and pensions deal for 7,600 UK employees with trade unions GMB and Unite. As well as changes to the organisation’s defined benefit (DB) pension scheme, the deal also includes a 3% pay rise for production workers for 2016 and 2017. 5. EXCLUSIVE: Centrica launches triage service to combat absenceCentrica has introduced My Health phone service, which enables staff to access the most appropriate medical pathway to treat underlying conditions that may cause absences. Pizza motivates staff more than moneyDan Ariely, a professor at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, found that offering a voucher for a free pizza motivates employees more than a £20 cash bonus. 63% of employers say managing employee stress and mental health is top priorityThe 2016 EMEA health survey by Aon Employee Benefits also found that 93% of UK respondents feel that they are responsible for influencing employee health and changing staff behaviours. EXCLUSIVE: 49% cite flexible working as most coveted future benefitAside from financial reward, flexi-time/work-life balance (49%), team-building experience (46%), and a work-from-home scheme (43%) are the benefits respondents would most like to receive by 2025, according to research by Grass Roots. Prosys offers Pokemon Go-inspired remuneration to attract staffDanish IT organisation Prosys offered new starters a monthly wage partly comprising of the virtual Pokemon Go currency PokeCoins in a bid to attract younger individuals for a sales team role. Marks and Spencer enhances pay and pensions dealMarks and Spencer has enhanced the pay deal offered to staff, including the extension of top up payments and pension cash supplements for affected employees. read more

What an MLB source said about the Dbacks trade h

first_img What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation “I think you’re going to see this young player come in and, as long as he stays healthy which I think he will, I think he’ll take over the lead position at running back and he will be the starter on opening day,” he said.Woah. Comments   Share   When the Cardinals selected Virginia Tech running back Ryan Williams with their second round pick, fans and analysts alike were shocked. The Cardinals, after all, seemed to be fine at running back, already having Beanie Wells, Tim Hightower and LaRod Stephens-Howling. Why draft another one when there were plenty of holes on the roster to fill? Well, according to ESPN College Football analyst Mark May, who was a guest on Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash Monday, the other guys won’t really matter. Top Stories Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img read more