Updated to include a reference to an FCA consultation on pension transfer advice.
The government has conceded defeat over its attempt to alter police pensions in 2015, acknowledging that moving police officers to new police pension schemes, based on their age, is discriminatory.
There have been exhaustive discussions on the gender pay gap, but what about the huge chasm between women's pension wealth and what men are able to accumulate for retirement? Nikki Thompson explains.
Tory leadership front runner Boris Johnson has vowed to "fix" the pension rules that have led to NHS consultants finding they are better off if they work fewer hours.
In a decision that will have implications across the public sector, the government has been denied leave to appeal a landmark ruling that pension reforms discriminated against younger workers.
Updated to include a reference to legislation to extend civil partnerships to different-sex couples and provide for the potential financial consequences, including in relation to pensions.
A pension is a key part of the employee benefits offering. Here, we look at the types of schemes that employers offer, and the level of contribution they make to them.
Plans to offer NHS doctors more flexible pensions will need to be part of wider reforms if the government wants to stop clinicians feeling forced to reduce their hours to avoid tax difficulties, the British Medical Association has warned.
Pensions auto-enrolment might not be the most exciting HR topic but, as Angela Sharma explains, it should never be far from the top of any HR list of things to do.
Updated to reflect the state pension entitlement in force from 9 April 2019.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to pensions.