The top 10 most read stories in October-November


Most read stories online between 15 October and 15 November:

PWC launches return-to-work programme

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) has launched a return-to-work programme to encourage talent back into the workplace.

LinkedIn US to introduce unlimited holiday

LinkedIn introduced unlimited holiday for its 6,000 US employees, effective 1 November 2015.

Parliamentary committee urges Pension Wise improvements

The government should publish, and require providers to publish, take-up statistics for the Pension Wise service and the advice and pensions markets on a quarterly basis, according to a report by the Work and Pensions Committee.

Judge allows Facebook director pay case

A US judge has ruled that a lawsuit regarding the compensation packages received by non-management directors at Facebook can proceed.

Government consults on pension member-borne commission

The government has launched a consultation into the most effective means of regulating to prevent charges being imposed on members of workplace pension schemes used for automatic enrolment to recover the cost of commission paid to an adviser.

Natixis launches wellness week

Natixis London Branch launched a wellness week on 12-16 October, to engage its 380 employees with their physical and mental health.

Hungryhouse launches voluntary benefits scheme

Hungryhouse has introduced a voluntary benefits scheme to reward and engage its UK staff.

Uber offers purr-fect wellbeing booster

On National Cat Day on 29 October, Uber ran an initiative that allowed employees across North America to use its app to request to spend 15 minutes with kittens at their offices.

70% return to work early with workplace stress

Nearly three-quarters (70%) of respondents return to work early when suffering with workplace stress, according to research by LV=.

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