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Trends in health benefits and employee health programmes

Compensation and benefits
Companies care about keeping their employees fit and motivate them towards a healthy lifestyle with many non-financial benefits. Large employers in particular try and do everything they can in terms of supporting health and prevention to contribute to the right lifestyle among their people. Corporate employee care now incorporates health programmes to support healthy habits among company employees. Essentially, this is risk management in favour of a healthy workplace. Companies engage in these programmes voluntarily and often invest large amounts of money in them.
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Do you want to know how much your work colleagues earn?

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You are not alone. Nearly three-quarters of employees would want to know how high paycheck of their colleagues is. Salaries and wages remain a taboo subject in European countries. Companies usually try to keep pay details secret and very few employers publish salary and wage details in their job adverts. But companies are starting to drive some iniciatives to convince the workers that their company remuneration is fair. Are you sure that your remuneration is treated fairly compared to other colleagues in your company?
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Why is referral bonus so popular?

Compensation and benefits
Did you recommend your friend or acquaintance to your HR department for hiring? In some companies you can receive as a reward for such a service some financial or non-financial benefits. Companies begun to reward employees if they help bring new and skilled help into the firm. Referral bonuses are a good way for companies to build a community among employees. It is in the employee's own best interests to recommend a high-quality candidate as they are personally engaged in the entire process.
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Friendly relationship with boss brings more money

Compensation and benefitsSalary negotiation
People with a friendly relationship with their boss have salaries that are roughly 14 per cent higher than respondents who have a reserved or unfriendly relationship with their boss. The Paylab.com salary portal completed an international employee survey on the characteristics that contemporary managers lack the most. The portal also examined how their relationship with their boss influenced their salaries. The right remuneration is the one of the key pillars of correct relationships with direct superiors.
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Europe is stagnating, real wages are growing only in CEE countries. Why?

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Over the last seven years, employees in the new member states have seen the biggest improvement of their earnings compared to the rest of the EU. Since the financial crisis, the purchasing power and living standards of former Eastern Bloc countries have enjoyed the biggest increase. This indicator is best seen in real wages, which show the purchasing power of wages, i.e. the amount of goods and services you can actually buy with your wage in your country.
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Are companies prepared for salary disclosure?

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Would you like an official way to determine just how much your colleague, neighbour, partner, acquaintance or friend earns? Simply put, no more taboos or secrets about pay among those around you. Imagine if you could conveniently log on to an online-system available any time of day and find out just how many digits are on the pay stubs of the people you know, and how much the government actually deducts from their income. Salary disclosure can lead to pay equality while the overall trend now is to increase salary and compensation transparency.
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What are the differences in the financial behaviour of millennials born in the 80s and 90s?

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Millennials, or more accurately Generation Y, are a phenomenon that has had a major impact on the labour market for nearly 20 years. Today’s young adults have brought many new aspects to the work process and often represent a huge question mark for employers and HR professionals. Paylab took a closer look at the financial behaviour of today’s most attractive target group for HR managers, as well as retailers, marketers and developers.
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CEE attracted 18 car brands, which have active assembly plants for personal motor vehicles

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Did you know that in the region of Central and Eastern Europe are being produced personal car models of 18 famous car brands? If you are driving cars like Audi, Citroen, Dacia, Hyundai, Fiat, Ford, Opel, Lancia, Kia, Medcedes - Benz, Peugeot, Porsche, Renault, Seat, Suzuki, Skoda, Toyota or Volkswagen, following popular car models are being produced there. More brands like Land Rover and brands connected with automotive suppliers  started to build new plants there. The CEE region automotive sector is a key player both as employment provider and GDP generator, as most manufactured products are exported.
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How can you attract IT talents and IT specialists to work for you?

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Many companies are currently feeling the effects of a lack of talented IT specialists with suitable skills on the labour market and have begun to look for talented help abroad. The Paylab Portal focused on IT specialists from the Baltics, Balkans and Central Europe in an effort to determine their willingness to work abroad. A total of 4,343 IT specialists working in this region across 11 countries in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) participated in a Paylab survey at the beginning of 2017. They primarily included software engineers, technical specialists and programmers. Higher earning potential was the most attractive reason to work abroad, given that they were likely to earn at least double in Western Europe than what they were earning in their home country.
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