There are just four weeks left to register for Pensions and Benefits UK, which will be held on 20-21 May at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in the heart of Westminster.
Pensions | 23 Apr 2014
A group of men have brought a case for sex discrimination against their employers at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, claiming they are owed more than £700,000.
Vince Cable has attacked the salaries paid to the executives at the top of FTSE 100 companies and warned the government may intervene if boards do not rein in 'excessive' payouts.
WSB looks at three key regulatory initiatives that aim to improve the level of governance in workplace schemes.
Ten things employers should know about the government's new Tax-Free Childcare scheme which is set to replace employer-supported childcare next year.
Virgin Media is committing substantial resources to engaging its employees. Owain Thomas reports on how the business has found the evidence to justify this
Voluntary Benefits: What employees want
Team screen: The role of health screening services
Dental and eyecare plans
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WSB is launching its 2014 Awards to identify the best the workplace savings and benefits arena has to offer. The awards will be presented at a black tie dinner on Thursday, 11 September at The Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, London.
WSB is holding the Pensions & Benefits UK 2014 event in central London on 20-21 May at the Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre. Register your place now.
This two part paper summarises the main lessons from behavioural economics for retail financial markets and describes how behavioural economics can, and should, be used in the regulation of financial conduct.
This guide will look at the various methods of communication that are used to educate and engage your workforce and highlight the importance of identifying which method of communication would work best for your workforce.