Workplace pensions savings fall to all-time low

The average amount being put into a workplace pension has fallen to an all-time low, despite an increase in the number of people saving for retirement

Young workers want digital pension information

?Organisations are failing to provide accessible ways for employees to find information about their pensions, PwC has found

Gender pay gap rules will trigger more equal pay claims

Equal pay claims are rarely about workers doing the same jobs. But there are many other situations in which claims are being brought

Salary sacrifice and pensions: The lowdown

Using salary sacrifice agreements as a way to increase pension contributions could be lucrative for both employer and employee

Pensions having no impact on attraction or retention

A 'quiet pension revolution' is taking place but businesses are struggling to engage employees

Firms expect government to make pensions mandatory

Businesses also expect the government to increase auto-enrolment minimum contributions beyond 8%

The 12 months of 2017: July

For our 12 Days of Christmas countdown we look at the most interesting HR happenings over the last year

Minimum auto-enrolment age to be lowered

The proposals will cost employers an estimated extra £1.4 billion a year

Toys 'R' Us: A not so merry Christmas

Toys 'R' Us has recently confirmed its intention to restructure its business

Budget reaction: No news is good news on pensions and IR35, experts say

IR35 and pensions avoided much mention, and a new retraining scheme has drawn mixed responses

Autumn Budget 2017: What can HR expect?

What can business and the HR community expect when it comes to skills, the gig economy, pensions and pay caps?

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