news Top 10 most read stories this week By Louise Fordham 21st August 2015 5:55 am 3rd November 2015 4:43 pm The top ten most read stories on employeebenefits.co.uk on 13-19 August: 1. British Airways gives staff allotment. 2. CEOs paid 183 times more than average worker. 3. Workers at Stansted Airport to strike over pay. 4. LateRooms.com launches long-service awards. 5. Duncan Brown to discuss unequal pay at Employee Benefits Live. 6. Adobe enhances family leave package. 7. Radian boosts staff engagement. 8. 40% want pensions to be taxed like Isas. 9. US court rules Yelp reviewers are not employees. 10. 64% of Londoners use holiday for health appointments. Analysis The legal minefields of tax-efficient benefits news Pay strategy Workers at Stansted Airport to strike over pay news Company cars The future of business travel news Employee engagement Radian boosts staff engagement news Employee engagement 79% offer flexible working as a benefit Latest ArticlesComments news Pensions Timpson to be first employer to trial ‘sidecar savings’ auto-enrolment model news Employee wellbeing Nearly a third say demand for flexible working is biggest challenge for employers news Share schemes Film studio Aardman transfers to employee ownership Opinion Pensions Kate Payne: GMP equalisation is needed, but it will not be straightforward Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.