Tag: Employee Benefits
Irrespective of how long one stays with an organisation, certain benefits such as a life insurance go beyond the employment term and stay with the person even after they’ve quit.
Offering loans of up to Rs. 1 lakh for up to 1 year, NIRA lets employees in need of finance apply for easy credit, relieving organisations from the not-so-comfortable business of lending
The corporate deals offered by numerous brands can be included in the employee benefits plan, making the staff feel proud of being part of the organisation.
Both full-time and part-time employees of the Company, below the level of director, will be eligible for the bonus stocks.
The app helps evaluate the standard of savings and the impact of employee benefit programmes on retention, absenteeism, recruitment and performance too
Its Share & Care programme offers benefits covering welfare, parenthood, health and workplace quality of life to all its workers across the globe.
With only a 10 per cent increase in salaries in sight for the next year, the way to keep employees contented will be through rewards and recognition.
The share buyback plan could be the largest such programme till date in the Indian start-up sector.
While PSUs offer comparatively lower salary than private players, they offer job security, work-life balance and hoards of other benefits. Is that why employees stay put with a PSU or is it the comfort that makes them linger on? HRKatha reviews the war of talent between PSUs and private companies.
The Ordinance ensures safety and cleanliness in addition to other facilities for lactating women.
Basecamp provides its employees a $5,000 annual vacation stipend along with shortened four-day, 32-hour weeks during summer.
The partnership will help Sodexo bring cutting-edge technology solutions developed by Zeta to offer a range of integrated employee benefits to its corporate clients.
A Scottish brewer firm, Brew-dog, has literally introduced a week-long paid leave for its staff to be able to bond with their new dogs well.
The programme aims to bring talented women in 26 countries back into the workplace after a career break
In a move that will make things convenient for retired professionals, the retirement fund body, the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO), has allowed full and final withdrawal of funds by the subscribers from their pension account, without providing their Aadhaar number.
At par with the government employees, even private-sector employees will now be able to withdraw up to Rs 20 lakh in tax-free gratuity.
Employee benefits can’t always go by the rule book. It has to have a wider appeal like an ad-campaign.
A study reveals that in the past year, 67 per cent of Indian business travellers have extended their business trips, to a different city or country, beating the global average of only 49 per cent.