Reward management

Index here items on reward strategy and remuneration, pay structures, pay policy and practices, salary and payroll administration, total reward, minimum wage, executive pay and team reward.

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    Work pensions safe under green paper’s proposals

    The government’s long-awaited pensions green paper, intended to prevent millions of people drifting into poverty in the next century, includes plans for a new second state pension, aimed mainly at the low-paid, to replace...

    Pension managers failing to prepare for euro launch

    People responsible for managing pension funds are failing to prepare for economic and monetary union (EMU). Too many are either unaware of how the euro will affect them, or believe that it is irrelevant because the UK is...

    Engineering pensions

    A third of the 754 respondents would use the introduction of stakeholder pensions to create hybrid pensions combining final-salary and money-purchase schemes. Many larger firms want membership of their scheme to be a condition...

    A national minimum pension? (in brief)

    Everyone should be guaranteed a minimum weekly pension of £150, comprising a basic state pension and any stakeholder or occupational pension, according to public-sector union Unison. In cases where the amount falls...

    Occupational schemes dropped (in brief)

    Small firms are increasingly pointing employees towards group personal pensions in place of their own occupational schemes, a survey has revealed. The Association of Consulting Actuaries has found that the number of employers...

    Auto-enrolment Q and A

    Question We are a small, family-run business. I saw an advert on TV saying that employees will have 'auto-enrolment rights' in relation to pensions from October 2012 onwards. What does that mean, and what should we...