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HR is the “lever” in today’s knowledge economy

This article was published via HR Magazine on 14 December 2019. A link to the original article can be found here. HR magazine’s Most Influential...

HRMI 2019: Rupert McNeil tops list of influential practitioners

This article was published via HR Magazine on 17 September 2019. A link to the original article can be found here. HR magazine unveiled its...

HRMI 2019: Amy Edmondson tops list of influential thinkers

This article was published via HR Magazine on 17 September 2019. A link to the original article can be found here. Last night HR magazine...

Why it’s time for HR to embrace AI

This article was published via HR Magazine on 01 July 2019. A link to the original article can be found here. AI will transform the...

Are you keeping up with communication challenges?

This article was published via HR Magazine on 5 November 2018 A link to the original article can be found here. Harriet Hayward (client relationship manager...

LifeSight secures first master trust authorisation

  The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has authorised the first master trust as part of new laws to implement tougher standards in the market. Master trust...

The future for rewards in a changing world

As workforces become more diverse, rewards need to become more and more personalised. So what does this mean for HR? And what should you be doing now to prepare for the future?

Generation work: Preparing for the ageing workforce

Employees are going to have to work for longer before they retire. But what will the impact be and what should HR be doing now to address the issue?

Game on: the potential for gamification in asset management

Millennials, whether fair or not, do not have a great reputation. This group of people, born sometime between 1980 and 2000 are according to some...

Game on: the potential for gamification in asset management

Millennials, whether fair or not, do not have a great reputation. This group of people, born sometime between 1980 and 2000 are according to some...

The active vs passive investment debate: how to offer the best value for members?

Value for members is a hot topic in the defined contribution (DC) space right now, particularly within the master trust market, where schemes must be...

Back to the future: modernising communications in pensions

What can the industry learn from other sectors and how can organisations ensure they are helping to guide their employees to financial security in later...

Parents and Pensions: Having ‘the talk’ with your children

For most children, having a discussion with their parents about savings is an abstract concept. Add pensions to the mix and there’s a good chance...

How can organisations deliver a vibrant financial culture that works in the interest of consumers?

Within the pensions industry, we are seeing a move towards increased individual responsibility for our own financial futures. With the rise of defined contribution plans...

Retiring later, working longer – why should employers care?

Download the article One out of every five UK pension scheme members expect to work into their 70s, according to research by Willis Towers Watson,...

How to improve understanding of pensions and long term savings in the workforce

Currently, only a third of UK workers are prioritising long term saving. Furthermore, of those that are saving for their retirement, many are not saving...