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Instead of traditional one-size-fits-all employee coverage, a bespoke flexible benefits scheme offers staff a plan that best meets their individual health and financial needs. HRM Asia explores how organisations can achieve recruitment and retention goals by customising their reimbursement policies.
Sumathi V Selvaretnam - 29 Mar 2016
For many employees, the start of a new year brings along new goals and ambitions. Rewarding them through both monetary and non-monetary means is essential for maintaining retention in a competitive talent market.
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 26 May 2015
In the matter of working mothers, Vodafone is far from keeping mum. The telecommunications giant is one of the few organisations in the world to define a mandatory minimum maternity benefits standard. JPS Choudhary, Regional HR Head, Vodafone, shares his thoughts on the policy
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 11 Dec 2014
Salary trends show that robust business performance and healthy pay raises are in store next year. Benefit strategies have also been evolving, with flexible benefits becoming commonplace across the globe. HRM finds out more
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 27 Feb 2014
While employers in Singapore generally offer some form of health coverage to full-time employees, can contractual staff be left out? HRM finds out more
Sumathi V Selvaretnam - 07 Nov 2013
An attractive, flexible and internationally-recognised healthcare package is one of the key provisions that expatriate staff expect from their employers. How can HR assure these workers of their health and well-being while still managing costs? HRM finds out more
HRM Asia - 05 Nov 2013
Incentive trips encourage employees to excel at work. But how can HR differentiate such trips from standard organised tours? HRM considers some exciting international destinations for companies wanting to reward their employees for a job well done

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