Workplace Savings and Benefits is evolving - launching a new fortnightly email alert in addition to making a number of broader brand changes.
Why ditching a poorly performing provider might not be the answer
HR departments are cutting back on compliance following the introduction of tribunal fees while trade unions are becoming stronger and more militant, an employment lawyer has warned.
Employment law expert Daniel Barnett will be presenting a keynote session on day one of PBUK later this month.
Registration for complimentary tickets to Pensions and Benefits UK 2015 is now open!
The cost of implementing the 0.75% charge cap has already overshot expectations from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
The economy topped its pre-crisis peak after growing 0.8% in the second quarter, according to an estimate from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Helen Morrissey explains the importance of trustee evaluation exercises
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.
Naomi Rainey looks at use of the tax-transparent vehicle in pensions
The industry needs to pace itself as it implements a raft of reforms, Natasha Browne says
Pension Protection Fund chief executive Alan Rubenstein talks about what schemes can expect in this week's levy consultation.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is set to ask DC trustees to wind-up schemes or transfer members in a bid to improve standards in smaller plans.
A positive cost to perceived value ratio is the most important thing that benefits professionals must aim for, JLT believes.
Juggling caring responsibilities with work is a growing concern for employers, with many employees looking after elderly relatives as well as their own children, says a Cass Business School professor.
Pensions minister Steve Webb says delays to the timescale for implementing reforms would happen "over my dead body".
Dame Anne Begg has criticised the government for launching a major overhaul of the pension system without considering the long-term effect.
There are just three days 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.
The Association of Member-Nominated Trustees (AMNT) is set to launch its revamped website in May.
Registration for complimentary tickets to Pensions and Benefits UK is now open.