news Top 10 most read stories this week By Louise Fordham 18th September 2015 5:55 am 3rd November 2015 4:42 pm The top 10 most read stories on employeebenefits.co.uk from 10-16 September: 1. Police officer takes tongue-in-cheek approach to appraisal. 2. European Court rules that travel time is work. 3. PMI to discuss auto-re-enrolment challenges. 4. Martha How to discuss benefits segmentation. 5. Innocent Drinks to discuss the workforce of the future. 6. Heineken agrees £2.4bn pension longevity swap. 7. Deloitte launches accommodation scheme for graduate staff. 8. National Grid gains living wage accreditation. 9. UK pay rises to reach 3% in 2015. 10. National Grid agrees £13bn defined benefit pension mandate. news Motivation and recognition Follow the action at Employee Benefits Live news Pensions 44% feel somewhat knowledgeable about retirement savings Employee Benefits Insight Lovewell’s logic: Anyone for table tennis? news Total pay grew 2.8% in May-July 2015 news Pay strategy FTSE 250 CEO remuneration declines by 3% Latest ArticlesComments Analysis Voluntary benefits What are the most effective forms of communicating voluntary benefits? Case studies Voluntary benefits Assurant uses employee forums for face-to-face benefits communication Opinion Voluntary benefits Sally Hart: What are the latest trends in promoting voluntary benefits? news Benefits for carers Just 22% of New Zealand employers offer parental leave on equal terms Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.