The number of companies offering employees flexibility in use of pension contributions is set to triple over the next two years, Willis Towers Watson (WTW) says.
Manchester-based audio branding agency PHMG has added 'wedding leave' and 'proud parent leave' to its benefits package.
Delaying an increase in the amount of money certain members receive from the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is a huge injustice according to Ros Altmann.
This week we want to know what single area listed in Ros Altmann's resignation letter as priorities is the most important.
Introducing greater flexibilities for defined benefit (DB) members should be a serious legislative consideration for the government according to Broadstone technical director David Brooks.
The ombudsman's ruling in favour of the trustees and sponsor in the Kingfisher Pension Scheme case could have huge implications for future cases, writes Michael Klimes
With the steel industry's fortunes hanging in the balance, PP considers the prospects for its pension fund.
Nick Martindale looks at why annual benefit windows are becoming increasingly anachronistic in a 24/7 world and assesses the challenges and benefits for employers offering more frequent updates.
How and why are companies making workplace benefits a part of their corporate social responsibility strategies? Owain Thomas investigates the relationship.
Thyssen Krupp is reviewing its workplace benefits as it seeks to align them to its business objectives following a shift in corporate structure.
The government must continue its work on simplifying the administration of workplace benefits.
OVO Energy has launched a new benefits strategy centred on tablet and smartphone technology.
Hosting company Peer 1 recently overhauled its benefits provision, with the aim of delivering a greater degree of personalisation.
Larger businesses are far more likely to appoint female directors than smaller firms, Wilkins Kennedy research reveals.
FirstGroup has more than 120,000 employees worldwide and it is John Chilman's job to ensure their pensions and benefits are taken care of. Owain Thomas reviews the main points from his PBUK keynote session.
Buck Consultants has launched a mobile app version of its integrated reward portal Compass, which enables employees to view details of their employee benefits on a smartphone at any time.
The government has launched four consultations on proposed changes to simplify the administration of employee benefits in kind and expenses.
Many parents could be "better off in the longer term" staying in the original workplace childcare voucher scheme, rather than switching to the government's new system, Busy Bees Benefits warns.
Here are the key measures announced by Chancellor George Osborne in yesterday's Budget that will impact employers and benefits professionals.