The 12 months of 2016: June

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

The 12 months of 2016: March

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

Fixing the issues with DB pensions schemes

The PLSA has revealed structural weaknesses in the DB sector, and gives ideas of how to fix them

Brits enjoying life now rather than saving

More people focus on short-term saving than putting money aside for retirement

Master trust or group personal pension? Which is right for you?

How should you select the best pension provider for your business and employees? Tony Britton provides some guidance


Flexible retirement and pensions options needed

Catering for those wanting to, and those not able to, work into later life is a complex challenge

Employees will need to pay more for workplace perks

Chancellor Philip Hammond announced plans to scrap some salary sacrifice schemes in the Autumn Statement

Employers struggle to cater for employees' financial needs

UK employers are struggling to support their workforce’s financial needs, according to Thomsons Online Benefits

Pensions and savings: What do people really want?

At this year's PLSA conference four members of the public shared thoughts on pensions and savings

Experts cautiously welcome master trusts pensions Bill

The new Bill aims to strengthen the governance of master trust pensions schemes

Will the LISA really be good for savers?

Pensions experts warn of the need to ensure savers truly understand products such as the Lifetime ISA

Harrington: Government must help people understand pensions

Newly-appointed pensions minister Richard Harrington discussed pensions communication