Pensions in UK Law
- Pensions Act 1995
Occupational pensions forall employees
Defined benefit occupational pension schemes are a valuable employee benefit. This paper looks at problems in their design and considers whether it is possible to address them. The risk profile of ...
- PENSIONS: THE NEW FRAMEWORK?
- PENSIONS and COMPENSATING WAGE VARIATIONS
- STATE PENSIONS AND PERSONAL SAVINGS*
- SEX DISCRIMINATION: RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS
CENTURY LIFE PLC V PENSIONS OMBUDSMAN BRITANNIA LIFE LTD V PENSIONS OMBUDSMAN
The appellant companies were successors to insurance companies which had arranged insurance policies securing the retirement benefits of certain occupational pension schemes. Members of these pensi...
Employee evaluations of occupational pensions
Purpose: The paper aims to examine the role of an occupational pension in employees' psychological contracts, the degree to which such pensions influence decisions relating to employee recruitment ...
Computerising: Lessons from the DHSS Pensions Strike
Personnel specialists from both employers and unions should be given, or, if necessary, should seize influential roles in the planning and implementing stages of computerisation projects. The seven...
An Appreciation of the Pensions Scene Today
Pension funds today represent a significant part of the National economy. With £40bn of invested assets and a cash flow of some £4bn annually it is not surprising that they feature in press comment...
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