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Battle of the benefits- what benefits do employees really care about?
With the job market flooded by redundancies and many people looking to switch jobs after reassessing their priorities, many industries are now faced with a fight to find (and keep) the best candidates.
Company culture, and an ability to align employee needs with business goals will be critical to engaging the right staff.
Our cover story explores the pros and cons of the UK’s most in-demand benefits such as higher pay, work from anywhere polices, wellbeing support and sustainable pensions.
Also in the September/October issue:
Conflict in Afghanistan: How can HR help support refugees in the workplace?
Profile: Zoe Pacyna, HRD of UK nightclub operator Rekom UK, talks about coming from the edge of administration and the great reopening of UK hospitality.
Rate my role: Should HR and talent managers be worried about online job reviews and what sway do sites such as Glassdoor and LinkedIn have on recruitment?