Employee and executive compensation and benefits is one of the most important elements of being an employer and is an area that our clients often need the most guidance on. After all, issues of benefits and compensation include salary, minimum wage, holiday pay, income tax, social security, benefits in kind, stock options and payments due upon termination. With so many factors to manage, our clients partner with Ius Laboris lawyers to ensure agreement and anticipate problems before they happen. We know that competitive compensation and benefits arrangements are fundamental to attracting top-tier talent and offer real-world solutions to enhance your workforce.
Employee benefits and (especially in British English) benefits in kind (also called fringe benefits, perquisites, or perks) include various types of non-wage compensation provided to employees in addition to their normal wages or salaries.
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Employee Benefits News & Topics – Entrepreneur
Employee benefits are benefits offered to employees from employers, such as health insurance, disability insurance and a retirement plan, to name a few. Offering employee benefits can shape a company’s culture and affect employee retention — as well as the quality of talent attracted to a business.
The Difference Between Employee Benefits & Perks | Justworks
A compensation package from an employer is about more than just salary. Employee benefits like health insurance and 401(k) contributions should also factor into an employee’s offer package. Great work perks also go beyond salary and guaranteed benefits speak to your company’s culture. It’s important …
Employee benefits | People & Organisation | PwC Belgium
Everyone nowadays is aware of the challenge for society posed by an ageing population. As cash-strapped governments seek to trim deficits, more and more people are looking to their employers when it comes to pension benefits. In order to meet this demand, companies and industry sectors have set up their own occupational pension schemes leading to a highly diversified landscape.
The challenges inherent in competing in a global employment market and structuring benefits systems following restructurings and acquisitions mean that today’s complexity is likely to increase