Cohesive people strategies to mitigate the risks of the ageing workforce are not yet common, but they are firmly on the radar of chief human resources officers (CHROs), as REBA’s research on the impact of longer working lives demonstrates
Maggie Williams explores the findings from REBA’s Disability in the Workplace 2023 research, which considers the key benefits strategies, policies and cultures needed to support disabled employees and workers with long-term or chronic illnesses, impairments or conditions
REBA’s Debi O’Donovan explores our latest research, People risk strategies for successful business change, and why employers need to think more broadly about sustainable people risk mitigation strategies
At the beginning of the cost-of-living crisis employers responded reactively to employees’ financial wellbeing needs. Now, employers are considering how to join-up their offerings into a more cohesive financial wellbeing strategy, as REBA’s director Debi O’Donovan explores
Have you thought about how changing workforce demographics, the impact of DC-only pension savings and more flexible careers will impact employees’ retirement plans? This is an issue employers need to think about, as REBA’s Debi O’Donovan explains
The pressure from employees to award pay rises that match or exceed inflation is high. But employers need to look ahead to bigger workforce trends that will influence reward strategy in the near future, as REBA’s director Debi O’Donovan explains.
With pressures from investors, governments, customers and employees, transformation in the workplace has never been more intense. With so much change facing organisations, the need for business resilience is critical, as REBA's content Dawn Lewis explores.
There are a growing group of employee benefits people – both employers and providers – who believe the government should be taking a closer look at tax breaks on employee benefits that reduce energy use and support environmental objectives.
Life isn’t a level playing field, nor is the workplace. Employers acknowledging this and acting to create better equity between employees will draw in the wider range of talent and skills needed in today’s fast-changing world.
Employers are increasingly focusing on the support they can offer lower paid employees. Here, REBA’s Debi O’Donovan, outlines some small wins that can have a big impact on the financial wellbeing of lower paid employees
New rules designed to help consumers make better informed decisions will also impact employee benefits. Maggie Williams explores what employers need to know about the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) Consumer Duty.