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- Employment Law Update - WILL MANDATORY REPORTING CLOSE THE GENDER PAY GAP?
- MJ Round Table Debate 4 March 2016
- PPMA Position on Apprenticeships Target for Public Bodies
- Employment Law Update - New Year, New Challenges: what does 2016 hold in store?
- PPMA position statement on exit payment cap and arrangements
- Employment Law Update - TACKLING BULLYING AND ILL TREATMENT
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Looking after individuals' retirement savings is a responsibility which demands robust safeguards and controls. The process of setting up and running some types of pension scheme, such as Master Trusts is very light, with relatively little scrutiny of the individuals involved or the financial resources standing behind them.
It is not a question of if, but when, the next pandemic will strike a major political, financial or industrial centre and force its complete (albeit temporary) isolation from all physical flows in the global system - with giant but hard-to-predict consequences.
The number of potential 'unicorn' companies emerging in the North West of England continues to grow, and experts predict that the government's Northern Powerhouse plans could make the region an even more attractive proposition for digital entrepreneurs.
With local councils gaining powers over business rates and public health spending, Dr Steve Boorman at Empactis explores the likely knock-on effects for businesses and how they can best benefit from the change.
Changes to illegal working offences introduced by the Immigration Act 2016 come into effect on 12 July 2016, under new... The post Immigration Act 2016: changes to illegal working offences from 12 July appeared first on Personnel Today.