Equivalent of £980,000 a day
The highest percentage on record
Poor management a factor
Ammunition in the war for talent
An introduction to group risk – Part 4
An introduction to group risk – Part 3
An introduction to group risk – Part 2
Employers encouraged to 'plan ahead'
An introduction to group risk – Part 1 of 7
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has called for an auto-enrolment style scheme for group income protection (GIP) in its Green Paper response.
Auto-enrolment hands advisers great opportunity
Legal & General has made a series of amendments to its group critical illness product including coverage for more illnesses.
Ellipse has agreed a deal with a children's bereavement charity to provide counselling services for all group life claimants.
The imminent introduction of auto-enrolment looks set to trigger increased investment in employee benefits, according to research from Group Risk Development (Grid).
Absence management procedures have not kept pace with technology and the way Britain works, resulting in serious welfare, management and productivity issues, a new report has said.
Ellipse has entered the group income protection (GIP) market with the launch of its InteractPlus product which includes an integrated absence management system.
Canada Life has revealed that almost half of its small scheme new business is being done online.
Friends Life has made two senior protection appointments including poaching Ageas' head of sales.
Mental health claims are growing and now make up a third of all those received on group income protection (GIP) policies, according to Legal & General.
Workplace stress has reached a four-year high with British workers being the most stressed compared to colleagues in some of the world's biggest economies, a new report has found.
Businesses and government need to issue a "clear and consistent message from the top that work is good for you", the co-author of the Sickness Absence Review has said.
Businesses risk alienating their staff by not offering a compassionate approach to absence management, new research has found.
Employees are more likely to have been absent from work due to personal reasons than because of sickness, new research has revealed.
Stress and mental health have taken a back seat as UK bosses worry most about employee's work/life balance Group Risk Development (GRiD) has said.