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It has been reported that the Labour party could be planning to raise NI contributions by one per cent, if they get into power in 2015.
After years of falling wages, they are now at a level that matches inflation.
While many employers are getting to grips with what auto-enrolment requires of them, some are failing to, according to new research.
Fewer people are thought to have opted out of auto-enrolment, according to new government figures.
While there have been more than 200 auto-enrolment breaches so far, none of these employers have been financially penalised yet.
TPR has confirmed its probe into scheme record-keeping, highlighting how some struggled to keep on top of the practice.
For women in their 30s, the gender pay gap appears to be closing.
New figures from the TUC have revealed that pay inequality has surged since 2000, particularly in London and the south-east.
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Employers are being reminded how they can claim Employment Allowance from next month.
An MP has called for National Insurance contributions to be rebranded as earnings tax.
The latest figures from the ONS have revealed workers are taking less time off because of illness.
The pensions minister has told a conference that younger employees will benefit from auto-enrolment.
A new report has suggested the national minimum wage should be increased.
Thousands of employers are set to benefit from a new system to handle workers' child maintenance payments.
TPR will front a campaign to raise awareness among employers of auto-enrolment compliance.
Research has suggested companies that still haven't done the necessary preparation work for auto-enrolment could struggle to find a supplier.
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