Summary: BYOD policies can help boost employee satisfaction and improve productivity. All organisations, whether big or small, are keen to keep employees happy, as this has a positive knock-on effect on productivity, helping to boost businesses and drive growth. Workers that are content are also less likely to want to move
We supported Fife Council in raising £1,624.50 for Motor Neuron Disease and Downs Syndrome Association!We were delighted to provide a Toshiba Tablet in support of Fife Councils Christmas Charity raffle.Donna Simpson, pictured right, was the lucky winner of the device which in her words made her Christmas!
How can Salary Sacrifice be used to make savings on tablets, computers and smart TVs? Whilst there are many organisations now running salary sacrifice benefits in the UK, it is always worth reminding ourselves exactly what the words mean. A salary sacrifice is an agreement between the employer and the employee
The EmployeeChoice team are delighted to have been chosen to provide this service under a 4 Year Framework Agreement. The win highlights the growing trend of public sector organisations looking to run the Computer Scheme and is further testament to our competitive pricing and high levels of customer service. The
Following a successful tender last year, EmployeeChoice was awarded the contract to run a Computer Scheme for Fife’s 17,000+ Employees.Having completed the initial roll out we have delighted to have seen a take up of over 12% of staff therefore providing a substantial saving to the Council and generating great
We have recently launched new tariffs on our Mobile Salary Sacrifice Scheme which allow employees to pay upfront for a 2 Year Personal Tariff. Whilst this is nothing new, the great news for employers is that this removes the need for monthly payroll adjustments caused by employee overspend.With the new
Apple has updated its tablet range by announcing the new iPad Air, a thinner and lighter device with a much faster processor.The first significant redesign of the 9.7in Apple tablet since its launch in 2010, the iPad Air mimics the exterior design of the iPad mini, which was launched in