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Saving into a pensions programme is becoming natural behaviour for much of the UK, according to new research.
New research from Saga suggests more than one million individuals over the age of 65 are still employed, showing how the demographic of the workplace is changing.
A growing number of working men are choosing to reduce their hours in the office voluntarily, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Workplace pensions are "becoming the norm" as auto-enrolment passes a new milestone.
Fewer employers are planning to implement a basic pay rise, according to the latest report from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
New research from reed.co.uk suggests the number of part-time posts being advertised has increased notably in the last year.
New research from the government has shown nearly 12 million workers aren't saving enough for when they retire.
The Pensions Regulator has revealed it launched inquiries into 23 cases of non-compliance over auto-enrolment in the last three months.
A debate is ongoing as to whether or not holiday pay should be affected by overtime.
A new report by the Health and Safety Executive reveals the cost of illness-related sick days costs the waste and recycling industry £70 million every year.
Over the past 12 months, 785 cases of auto-enrolment non-compliance have been referred for investigation by The Pensions Regulator as the national rollout takes place.
Providing the opt-out rate remains around nine to ten per cent, 8.5 million people could be saving into a pension by 2030, thanks to auto-enrolment.
As many as 86 NHS executives are to be the subject of an inquiry by HM Revenue & Customs over how much tax and national insurance they have paid.
The CBI has expressed concern holiday pay tribunal cases could lead to businesses paying out millions of pounds, representing a threat to their existence.
George Osborne is contemplating whether or not to merge tax and National Insurance contributions, according to newspaper reports.
As a large number of staff admit they have pulled a sickie, PricewaterhouseCoopers has suggested flexible working could be one way to boost employee engagement and reduce this number.
Steve Webb has rubbished the Labour party's proposal to include low-paid workers into auto-enrolment, as such individuals would be paying less than 9p a week into their pension pot.
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