'EDUCATE STAFF TO EASE THEIR FINANCIAL STRESS.'
- Pensions go toxic for sceptical staff. Brockett, James; Pickard, Jane // People Management;11/27/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 24, p12
The article examines whether human resources (HR) should play a more active role in financially educating staff. Sonia Wolsey-Cooper of Axa is a strong believer in financial education at work and has encouraged staff to set aside time to deal with their financial affairs during working hours....
- How do I give financial guidance to employees? Graves, Lynn // Director;Nov2012, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p34
The article presents an answer to a question about providing information about savings, investments, and other personal finance matters to employees.
- Need to be top of the EAP? Lovewell, Debbie // Employee Benefits;Aug2005, p21
Focuses on move by employers to re-evaluate their employee assistance programs (EAP) to ensure that they have a strong focus on work-related issues and staff take-up in Great Britain. Main reasons behind changing EAP; Role of stress in employers' decision to make changes to their programs;...
- BEST OF THE BLOGS. // People Management;Nov2011, p20
The article offers the highlights of various blogs about human resources management which were published online in October 2011, including one which discusses the reasons for the rise in stress-related absence, another welcoming the unfair dismissal change, and another on tackling the benefits...
- Legal Q&A... stress-related absences. Nickson, Sue // Personnel Today;11/4/2008, p10
The article presents questions and answers related to personnel management including what duty of care does an employer owe to an employee who is on long-term absence with stress, what evidence is needed to prove stress and should an employer provide counseling for staff suffering from stress.
- Spotlight onâ€¦ handling failure. Matthews, Virginia // Personnel Today;7/3/2007, p31
The article focuses on the significance of teaching management the strategies for handling out-and-out failure without either apportioning blame or denting individual confidence which must be top priority for personnel departments. Employers need to understand the impact of poor commercial...
- Easing the Burden of Employees' Debt. Weaver, Peter; Rollins, Gina // HR Magazine;Jul2008, Vol. 53 Issue 7, p60
In this article, the authors discuss the importance of advice for dealing with personal finance issues that create stress for many workers in the U.S. According to the authors, more employers are taking a strong proactive approach to help their employees better manage personal finances, such as...
- Letter of the law. Brimelow, Russell // Personnel Today;2/26/2002, p14
Focuses on the legality and basis of human resources in Great Britain. Extensivities of medical enquiries of employees; Prevention of stress-induced illnesses; Effect of stress.
- Budgets force firms to be creative in career growth. Doke, DeeDee // Recruiter;7/8/2009, p8
The article reports on the strategic plan of AXA UK PLC to be creative on the career development of its employees in the midst of recession in Great Britain. It notes that short-term secondments and job swaps offer internal opportunities for employees during budget cuts. Human resource (HR)...