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The workplaces in which we do our jobs affect our productivity as well as health and wellbeing. So this month we explore what benefits and HR managers can do to maximise the positive aspects of the physical work environment. Read our coverstory Creature comforts (page 22)
East Coast Mainline is keeping reward on track as it undergoes re-franchising. We interview its head of HR John Hayhurst to find how he intends to achieve this and what the most popular benefits are at the train operator. Read Positive signals (page 42).
A must read for all who offer benefits is our quick guide to the tax and national insurance rules for different benefits. See this cut-out-and-keep two-pager, Make perks less taxing (page 30).
Key articles this month also include:
- Up close and personal with Mark Goodlake, group reward manager at Tullow Oil (pg 18)
- Using voluntary benefits to become more family friendly (pg 32)
- Using jargon-free language to communicate pensions (pg 37)
- Using relevant life policies to avoid the lifetime allowance tax trap (pg 40)
- Buyer’s guide to bikes-for-work schemes (pg 49)