Majority of UK workers claim benefit provision is important in their decision to work for a company.
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New research has found many people in the UK haven’t even started thinking about saving for when they stop working.
ACA Survey finds little employer enthusiasm for higher pension contributions in 2019.
Despite the recent £8m TV campaign from the DWP, research by online pension adviser, Wealth Wizards, has shown that by the end of 2015, an alarming thirty-eight per cent of working Britain’s still do not know what auto-enrolment is or realise that they are entitled to a workplace pension.
Just a week after marking national Pension Awareness Day in the UK it has been revealed that a third of employers will not review their existing pension service following the reforms introduced in April, according to the latest research from Close Brothers Asset Management (CBAM). Despite a wave of new flexibilities meaning people now have…
Young employee participation in workplace pensions has reached its highest level in a decade, according to new figures from ONS.
Nearly two thirds of British workers (62 percent) are either totally oblivious of the Government’s recent pension freedom laws or have scant understanding of how they are affected, according to a major new survey of 5,000 UK employees by Towers Watson.
With changes to the pensions system being made next week, more employees are increasing their savings for retirement.
Employers will favour health care over compulsory pension contributions, predicts healthcare provider
Russ Piper, chief executive of Sovereign Health Care, one of Britain’s leading providers, believes more employers will favour health care cash plans as an attractive staff benefit in light of the introduction of compulsory pension contributions. Mr Piper added said he believed many businesses would seek lower cost, better value-for-money benefits for staff rather than…
The needs of a digital generation in the workplace are not represented by the technology available within businesses, according to a study from Fujitsu.