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Actuaries warn that millions of people may not have access to the new pension freedoms in April as over half (58 percent) of occupational pension schemes are still undecided about whether they will enable their members to do so, with 15 percent saying they will offer no new flexibilities.
Only 23 percent of organisations closely align overall strategy to available data. Access to data is the biggest challenge to the adoption of analytics.
Human resources professionals are in line for an average rise of 5 percent of base salary this year, according to the latest Salary Survey from specialist professional recruiter, Robert Walters.
Employers predict a double-digit rise in graduate vacancies in the coming year, according to the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR), which today (Tuesday 27 January) published the winter edition of its bi-annual survey.
The latest labour market statistics indicate continued improvement, with unemployment falling by 58000 to 5.8 percent over the quarter to November 2014. The number of full-time employees shows a marked increase of 90000, while part-time employees fell in number by 10000.