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The IBM case is an important step in establishing the extent of the obligations employers owe their employees and former employees in relation to pension provision.
With the nuclear reactor development at Hinkley Point in Somerset forecast to cost around £20bn, there’s a superb opportunity for growth in the UK manufacturing sector.
The Department of Health has published its own guidance setting out how New Fair Deal will operate in the NHS Pension Scheme.
Each April brings change for pension schemes, and although this year may prove to be not quite as exciting as next year there is still plenty to be thinking about.
Where an employer takes on employees under a TUPE transfer who were members of an occupational pension scheme, a minimum level of pension must be provided going forward.
The headline policy from this week’s Budget is that individuals will, from April 2015, have full flexibility in what they do with their DC pension pots.
Disability and reasonable adjustments: is EAT wrong to say no cut-off time limit for making a claim?
An EAT decision has muddied the water and requires employers to review their approach to the duty to make adjustments.
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 makes significant changes to the criminal cartel offence, coming into force on 1 April 2014.
To safeguard your organisation’s interests, it is prudent to be clear about your various routes and options, before embarking on termination discussions with an employee.
The case of Olympic Airlines has highlighted the difficulty for a pension scheme with an overseas employer in gaining entry to the Pension Protection Fund (PPF).
The EAT has ruled that the restriction in the Equality Act that provides that survivors’ benefits for civil partners need only be provided in relation to service since 5 December 2005 is lawful.
Employing ex-offenders is a sensitive issue: some employers are wary of potential risks and reputational damage, while others embrace the idea wholeheartedly.
In the Danish case of ATP Pension Service, the AG has stated his opinion that management services provided to DC pension schemes are VAT exempt.
HMRC has published a briefing stating its revised policy on the ability of sponsor employers to recover input VAT incurred in the management of DB pension schemes.
With European elections in May, the flow of new regulations from Europe is expected to slow, with the immediate focus being on fine tuning already adopted policy.
HM Treasury published the long-awaited ‘Fair Deal for staff pensions: staff transfer from central government’ guidance in October 2013.
The first same-sex marriages can take place in England and Wales on 29 March 2014. The legislation gives surviving same-sex spouses similar occupational pension rights to civil partners.
Nabarro has released the January 2014 edition of its health and safety newsletter, which includes information on health and safety reforms and employing young people.
The pace of change for pension schemes will continue in 2014 and beyond. Nabarro has produced a timeline plotting the main developments it expects.
After many promises and debates, and much activity, the TUPE regime is changing (in the main) on 31 January 2014.