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9 ways to reward staff without giving them a pay rise

9 ways to reward staff without giving them a pay rise

With news that the majority of UK employees will not be getting a pay rise this year, according to research from recruitment specialist Robert Half UK, it’s important employers look for other ways to boost morale.

As the blame for a lack of wage raises points toward financial pressures, it can be hard to make the business case for monetary rewards. However, there is always a business case for benefits - employees feel gratitude for the hard work they do, whilst employers can enjoy productivity boosts, spurred by happy, engaged staff.

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