Pensions

Pensions still number one employee benefit

The COVID-19 pandemic may have made wellbeing and flexible working more important to employees, but pensions have remained the most in-demand employee benefit.

UK women hit by gender pension gap at every stage of their career

The gender pension gap is already at 17% at the beginning of a women’s career and increases to 56% towards their retirement.

Closing the gender pension gap: What can employers do?

It’s 50 years since it became illegal to pay women less than their male counterparts, yet the gender pay gap means women are still paid 15.5% less than men. The financial gap gets a whole lot wider...

Women struggle more with poor financial wellbeing

Employers must do more to support women struggling with their finances, say experts

Pensions dashboards scheduled for next year

Experts have warned that data errors must be cleared up first for new pensions dashboards to be a success?

Autumn Budget 2018: What’s in store for HR?

Ahead of Hammond’s Autumn Budget on Monday, we outline what the HR community can expect to see

Pension scams cost victims £91,000 each

As regulators launch a campaign to warn against pension scams, HR also has a vital role in protecting employees

Savings gap leaves women unprepared for retirement

Only 23% of female workers feel financially prepared for retirement, in comparison to 36% of men