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The government's green paper on the security and sustainability of defined benefit pension schemes shows there is no coherent, long-term policy for tackling the challenges facing occupational pensions provision, Prospect union warned today. Comment from Prospect union deputy general secretary Dai Hudd. The post Government green paper on pension “does nothing” says union appeared first on theHRDIRECTOR.
The UK manufacturing sector needs a supply side revolution to continue to occupy a competitive position on the world stage, according to a new report by Daniel Mahoney and James Pilditch, UK Manufacturing: How to Fuel the Engine published by the Centre for Policy Studies. There is a continuing need for UK manufacturing, particularly in boosting productivity and exports. The post Can UK become a leading manufacturer again? appeared first on theHRDIRECTOR.
Pay increases remain resolutely at 2% despite economic growth and rising inflation, XpertHR analysis has revealed. It found that median... The post Continued caution as pay awards linger around 2% mark appeared first on Personnel Today.
Despite bad weather costing the UK billions in lost productivity every year, many office workers are never allowed to work remotely, according to research from communications experts 8x8. Article from Kevin Scott-Cowell, UK MD. The post Doris strikes, but remote working still denied to 37 percent appeared first on theHRDIRECTOR.
The recent furore surrounding Sutton United reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw has thrown up a few employment law considerations which should be taken into account when dealing with similar conduct from an employee. ELAS employment law consultant Jacob Demeza-Wilkinson takes a look: The post Piegate – did roly poly goalie deserve the sack? appeared first on theHRDIRECTOR.