Listen to our latest Pensions Conjecture debate on Corporate Communications.
Workplace pension reforms – including the introduction of both auto-enrolment and the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) – will mean millions of workers will begin to saving in a company pension scheme for the first time from 2012.
Such an influx of new members to existing schemes will mean communication, engagement and education will need to be ‘best in class’ for employees to understand what this means for them and how they benefit from the move.
Yet, despite this, many companies and schemes are struggling to motivate and engage their workforce and members when it comes to saving for retirement – and often need help to find ways in which they can improve how they communicate.
John Pearce - Managing Director, Ferrier Pearce
Jonathan Clark - Head of Communciations, RPMI
Robin Hames - Head of Technical Marketing and Research, Bluefin
People approaching retirement are "systematically misjudging" their longevity and undervaluing annuities, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) says.
Professional Pensions is holding a breakfast briefing on engaging defined contribution (DC) members on 7 February.
Panellists at a PP webinar discuss October's High Court judgment on GMP equalisation, how schemes have responded, what their strategies should be, and how the industry can approach it.
Some investment consultants and fiduciary managers may be misrepresenting the conclusions of a major market competition review to clients, XPS Pensions says.