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Road Health Safety for Back to School

first_img Related Items:back to school for TCI Students, road and health safety for back to school Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, September 5, 2016 – Children looked really smart today… it is great to see them back in this element… and the traffic, well it is what it is.  We all need to ensure that we adhere to the speed limits in our school zones and follow other road safety and personal safety rules… washing hands, fending off mosquitoes and being alert as we use our streets.  last_img read more

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More than a quarter plan to increase investment in health and wellbeing

first_imgMore than a quarter (29%) of employer respondents state that they are likely to increase investment in their health and wellbeing benefits in the next two years, for example around occupational sick pay, employee assistance programmes (EAPs) and flu jabs, according to research by the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development (CIPD) and LCP.The Reward management report, which surveyed 568 HR professionals, also found that 43% are most likely to increase spend on professional development in the next two years, to support training, paid study leave and professional subscriptions.On the other hand, 25% intend to increase investment around financial benefits; this includes spending on pension schemes, loans to help staff in financial hardship and free money and debt advice.More than one in 10 (17%) respondents expect to invest in a formal work-life balance policy within the next two years; this could feature flexible working and shared parental leave arrangements.Charles Cotton (pictured), senior reward and performance adviser at the CIPD, said: “Despite the recent economic and political uncertainty, employers are committed to investing in their employees and their future. It’s encouraging to see the benefits that have been earmarked for further spend in the near future relate to people development and wellbeing. Spending in these areas can help to improve employee, and ultimately corporate performance.Two-thirds (66%) of respondents use employee benefits to attract, recruit and retain staff in order to support current business needs; however, 74% do not conduct reviews of their benefits spend. Furthermore, 21% believe that their benefits offering is not easily accessible, and 16% stated that they do not always communicate what benefits are available.Cotton continued: “The people profession has an important role to play in analysing spend on benefits to see if the business, its people and other key stakeholders are getting maximum value from them. Analysis provides crucial evidence for making changes for the better if this is not the case.”The majority (97%) of respondents plan to maintain or increase their spend on employee benefits over the next two years; within this group, 81% intend to spend the same amount on employee benefits in the upcoming two years, compared to 16% who plan to increase their investment.The research also found that the top 10 most popular employee benefits currently offered to employees across all sectors are pensions schemes, paid bereavement leave, training and career development, childcare vouchers, occupational sick pay, EAPs, Christmas parties or lunches, free tea and coffee, 25 days or more of paid annual leave for full-time employees, and paid leave for jury service.Dipa Mistry Kandola, head of flexible benefits services at LCP, said: “Our report reveals that more employers than expected don’t promote their benefits or make them easily accessible. Organisations could be wasting significant costs if their people don’t know about the range of benefits on offer or are put off utilising them if they’re not easily accessible.“Organisations will only be able to get true engagement from their people if they offer tailored benefits facilitated through a comprehensive, multi-channel communication strategy that encourages feedback. The way benefits are communicated, delivered and measured is just as important as having the right benefits in place.”last_img read more

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The 2012 Eddie and Ozzie Awards Winners

first_imgView photos from the awards luncheon.EDDIE GOLD WINNER PROFILES• Motor Trend
• Entertainment Weekly
• GreenSource
• Sommelier Journal
• Written By
• Southern Living OZZIE GOLD WINNER PROFILES• Nature Conservancy
• Hour Detroit
• Executive Travel
• Field & Stream
• New American Luxury
• Saveur.comMore on this topic The 2011 Eddie and Ozzie Award Winners 2011 Folio: Award Winners Announced The 2012 Eddie and Ozzie Award Winners Announced The 2010 Eddie and Ozzie Award Winners The 2007 Eddie & Ozzie Award Winners The 2008 Eddie and Ozzie Award WinnersJust In Shanker Out, Litterick In as CEO of EnsembleIQ Bonnier Corp. Terminates Editor-in-Chief for Ethics Breach The Atlantic Names New Global Marketing Head | People on the Move BabyCenter Sold to Ziff Davis Parent J2 Media | News & Notes PE Firm Acquires Majority Stake in Industry Dive TIME Names New Sales, Marketing Leads | People on the MovePowered by FOLIO:’s Eddie and Ozzie awards competition is the largest of its kind for magazine publishers. It also has the proud distinction of being the only awards event open to magazines and websites of all kinds—consumer, b-to-b, association, custom and regional, big and small. The Awards span print and digital, with the Eddies honoring the best in editorial and the Ozzies the best in design. Below we present you with not only the full breadth of winners in their respective categories.As part of this package we’ve featured a dozen profiles of selected winners for a behind-the-scenes peek at what went into creating the winning entries. We invite you to check out the results of some very hard work representing some of the best journalism (the Eddies) and design (the Ozzies) our industy has to offer.Click here to view the complete list of Eddie Awards winners. [pdf]Click here to view the complete list of Ozzie Awards winners. [pdf]last_img read more

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