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How to use technology to ensure your recognition strategy is inclusive

HR software | Reward technology | HR Technology | Hapi

For recognition to be truly inclusive, it goes without saying that it needs to touch everyone. Regardless of position, rank, department, seniority, age, gender or background, a recognition scheme needs to resonate with everybody and ultimately give all employees the opportunity to be nominated and recognised.

Posted by Sarah Lardner on
14 October 2022

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What is the future for gender, ethnicity, and other pay gap reporting?

Equal Pay | Gender Pay | Gender Pay Gap | Gender Pay Reporting | Ethnicity Pay Reporting

Only five years have passed since gender pay gap reporting was first made mandatory in the UK and a lot has gone on since 2017. Before the pandemic, we were only just starting to scratch the surface in terms of drawing patterns and tracing trends, and furlough blew a lot of that data out of the window by opening up short term pay gaps which are only now starting to recede back. The data and data-gathering in this whole area is still very immature and could certainly benefit from more introspection, checks and balances in several key areas.

Posted by Sarah Nash on
07 October 2022

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How to adapt your reward strategy to reflect shifts in work patterns

Employee engagement | Flexible working | Hybrid Working

Hybrid and home working provide a host of benefits as well as shortcomings, and employee expectations with regards to this have changed because of Covid. So how can companies adapt their reward strategies to reflect that? 

Posted by Mark Macoun on
29 September 2022

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Cost of living: A blend of measures to help navigate your way through

Reward | Flexible Benefits | Cost of Living

Post-Covid, we are experiencing the largest spike in inflation for 30 years, forecast to peak close to 11 percent in the fourth quarter of 2022. Earnings are expected to rise by six percent this year but, with prices settling at a higher level relative to incomes, real household incomes are forecast to fall by 2.5 percent in 2022. More telling still, they will probably remain 7 percent below where they were pre-Covid until 2026 or beyond.

Posted by Sarah Lardner on
22 September 2022

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