HR leaders reveal how they keep their staff happy

HR leaders reveal how they keep their staff happy

Businesses that go above and beyond for their staff know too well the benefits reaped by investing in their most important asset – people.

Whether they offer employee incentive programmes, help with childcare or motivate staff with something as simple as relating their contribution to the wider business plan – it’s up to HR to demonstrate how employee wellbeing correlates with business output.

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Comments (1)

  • PeopleHR
    PeopleHR
    Tue, 14 Feb 2017 11:45am GMT

    This is all really inspiring - there are some great ideas in here. And we do many of these things here at People, with some great results. But you should remember that wellbeing schemes and initiatives should never be used as part-substitutes for a fair pay package. They should always be in addition to a market salary.


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