08 MAR 2016
Most of us will feel stress at work in one way or another. Physiological symptoms of stress such as the release of adrenaline are a healthy and necessary bodily reaction. In moderation these are nothing to worry about. However continuous or overwhelming levels of stress can become unmanageable and will have a detrimental physiological and psychological impact.
02 MAR 2016
This blog post shares some of the data we've collected over the years about how prevalent maternity and paternity absences are within schools. We will also provide employers with a five step guide to ensure that when a member of staff becomes aware of being pregnant or being matched to adopt a child, leave can be arranged and managed smoothly and positively.
23 FEB 2016
When choosing your staff absence insurance provider, it is important to deal with a company that can handle claims efficiently, so that you receive the correct reimbursement quickly and easily. We pride ourselves on our speed, efficiency and customer service when dealing with our schools claims.
17 FEB 2016
Following George Osbourne’s summer budget announcement in July 2015, we published an article outlining the imminent changes to Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) and what it would mean to insurance consumers across the UK. From 1st November 2015, IPT rose to 9.5%, a 3.5% increase from its original rate of 6%. Since then, millions of people have been forced to pay an increased premium for their insurance cover as providers look to compensate for the increased tax rate.