Engagement initiatives too often try to encapsulate ever-changing trends that promise the earth, as companies boast about progressive ways of working for public relations purposes or “about us” pages. But what happens when the idea doesn’t quite live up to reality? Here are some revealing case studies
More needs to be done to ensure women are as financially prepared for retirement as men, yet experts remain at odds over potential solutions
An ever-widening gap between the pay of chief executives and ordinary workers may be damaging productivity as well as morale among employees
Should employees who add value or bring in more business get greater reward?
Whether or not individuals’ pay should be made public is a matter of controversy. Here are the arguments for and against
Attacks on “fat cat” bosses paid many times more than workers may make good headlines, but how do chief executives justify their big pay cheques?
Curbing excessive executive pay may mean fundamentally rethinking the UK’s orthodoxies of shareholder capitalism and austerity
Sometimes when a member of staff says they are leaving, it’s best to let them go without offering a pay rise in the hope they will stay