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Pension Schemes Bill receives Royal Assent

Pension Schemes Bill receives Royal Assent

The Pension Schemes Act will, Government says, bolster protections for savers.  Minister for Pensions, Guy Opperman, said: “This Act makes our pensions safer, better and greener, as we look to build back better from the pandemic. The Act will strengthen protections for pension savers by extending the powers of the Pensions Regulator, introducing the power...

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Government rolls out workplace testing

Government rolls out workplace testing

New government drive to increase workplace testing in sectors open during lockdown, to detect coronavirus (COVID-19) in people who are not showing symptoms. Government departments tasked with ensuring targeted, rapid testing is set up in all key workplaces to ensure vital public and economic services can continue Criteria for joining the workplace testing programme is...

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Guidance for employers and workers on work absences

Guidance for employers and workers on work absences

The Government has published guidance for employers and workers on rights and responsibilities related to employees who may not be able to go into work because they are self-isolating or they’re clinically extremely vulnerable. The guidance consolidates and sets out the legal position in these circumstances and reminds employers that it is an offence for...

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KPMG LLP: Stronger increase in recruitment activity as more parts of the economy re-open

KPMG LLP: Stronger increase in recruitment activity as more parts of the economy re-open

Key findings (released 07/10/2020): Permanent placements and temp billings both rise sharply Vacancies expand for first time since February, albeit marginally Redundancies drive a further rapid rise in candidate numbers A further recovery in hiring activity was seen during September, according to the latest KPMG and REC, UK Report on Jobs survey, with both permanent...

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Taking care of your staff

Taking care of your staff

As World Mental Health Day approaches (10 October 2020), research from charity Mind found that more than half of adults (60%) and over two thirds of young people (68%) said their mental health got worse during lockdown. Their research also confirms that a culture of fear and silence around mental health at work is costly...

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