The top 10 most read stories: 5-11 September 2019

11 September 2019

The top 10 most read stories on www.employeebenefits.co.uk between 5 and 11 September 2019 were:

  1. Thérèse Coffey appointed secretary of state for work and pensions
  2. Pots and Co seeks part-time pudding taster for work-from-home role
  3. Geisinger launches paid parental leave for 32,000 staff
  4. Defined benefit pension deficit increases to £340 billion as at August 2019
  5. Two-fifths of UK staff would leave their current job for better work-life balance
  6. EXCLUSIVE: Metropolitan Police to discuss retention of women at Employee Benefits Live
  7. British Airways pilots strike for the first time in pay dispute
  8. Kering enhances paid paternity and partner leave for employees worldwide
  9. Poll: 27% offer insurance benefits to support staff working with cancer
  10. TPR prosecutes director for failing to cooperate with pensions investigation