Plans to reform pensions across the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) to bring them in line with public sector changes are being opposed by trade unions.
Tata Steel UK's intention to close the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) to future accrual has been "raised" in discussions with unions, according to a lawyer close to the matter.
Planned changes to the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) investment regulations are akin to dictatorship, a Labour shadow minister has said.
Prospect is set to ballot workers at Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) for strike action over the company's plans to close its defined benefit (DB) scheme.
Savers should be able to use their nest eggs to buy a home, according to pensions minister Richard Harrington.
Nestlé has agreed a deal with trade unions to secure its £3.8bn career average defined benefit (DB) scheme after the company had tried to close it down.
This week's biggest stories included Lloyds' trade union taking legal action over GMP equalisation, a same sex partner benefits appeal case, and asset managers arguing hidden fees are the 'Loch Ness Monster of investments'.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has resumed talks with unions over national insurance (NI) contribution costs being passed onto its 27,000 defined benefit (DB) scheme members.
The Post Office is facing strike action over plans to close its defined benefit (DB) plan to future accrual.
Major jobs cuts are anticipated at pension services firm Diligenta which provides services to some of the biggest pension insurers.
PP explores the option of putting the British Steel scheme through the bulk annuity market.
DB is to become more costly under reforms to NI contributions. PP looks at the options for sponsors.
People should receive their wake up packs earlier to make good retirement decisions according to PP research.
Bentley Motors has been criticised over plans to pass £1.4m of national insurance (NI) costs onto the 1,300 members of its defined benefit (DB) pension scheme.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has received backlash over plans to pass £18m of national insurance (NI) costs onto its 27,000 defined benefit (DB) scheme members.
Uber drivers have begun legal proceedings against the company to be classed as employees and earn related benefits.
Unison will seek permission to appeal to the Supreme Court after losing its challenge to the legality of employment tribunal fees.
Employers will be less susceptible to strike action and be able to take greater remedies when strikes do occur under tougher laws unveiled by the government.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid has pledged to push on with changes restricting strike action and to remove more employment regulation.
Two in five fathers will be excluded from the shared parental leave rules mostly as their partner is not in paid work.
WSB understands that Unison has been unsuccessful in its bid to overturn employment tribunal fees.
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) is calling on employers to offer more options for flexible working and working from home in the wake of figures showing the average daily commute is now almost an hour.
Unite and Unison are preparing campaigns to help employees claim back-dated holiday pay including commission.
The new system of charging upfront fees for employment tribunal claims is denying harassed and abused workers access to justice, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) argues.