Over two thirds (70%) of UK workers say it is becoming increasingly common for people to attend work while unwell, according to new research from Capita Employee Benefits.
Giles Reid, sales director, Capita's local government services business discusses Capita's reader's survey with Local Government Chronicle magazine.
Neil Mackin discusses this week's 'Data Driven Public Services' event, sponsored by Capita.
More than half (53%) of people without a private pension say they would get one if they had a better understanding of how they work.
Financial pressures have meant that local government has systematically reduced its capacity to engage with future challenges.
Looking back over the last year, councils made heroic efforts to balance budgets while continuing to deliver much needed services to residents.
Local authorities are the most difficult organisations to tender for, according to the latest survey by Constructionline, the UK’s largest and only government-backed pre-qualification service.
Karen Clements, chief operating officer of Capita’s life and pensions business, was part of a panel of guest speakers at the Institute of Customer Services annual conference.
Three months after changes to rules on commission came into effect under the requirements of the Retail Distribution Review, unintended consequences are starting to surface.
Capita comments on the debate surrounding insurers and Subject Access Requests versus GP reports.
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