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Employers’ attempts to address the rapid rise of mental health problems in the workplace have been branded ‘disappointing’ by the...

More people in retirement are topping up their pension by working, analysis from MetLife UK has shown.

Around 13% of over-...

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Workers are willing to contribute to dental benefits if it saves them money on treatment and regular check-ups,a study has shown...

A former pensions minister is urging people not to rely on the value of their home to fund retirement, describing it as ‘an...

Many younger workers could see auto-enrolment as nothing more than a ‘free cheque’ from their employer, an industry expert has...

Almost two-thirds of owners of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) admit to having a poor understanding of employee rights...

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Pay restraint is prompting public sector employers to implement creative ideas to entice and retain the best staff, says Sue...

Rupert Graham-Evans and Ruth Christy explore the implications for pay, benefits and employment law in a post-EU...

Simon Kent examines how often pay and reward should be reviewed and advises that schemes should never be left unattended...

David Hession explains why some salary sacrifice schemes may be at risk.

 

Nathan Long explains why it is in an employer’s interests to help staff take control of their finances.