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Amendment Of The Act On Employee Capital Plans
The government unveiled its draft amendment on the Act on Employee Capital Plans (Polish acronym: PPK, further referred to as the PPK Act) on March 7, 2019.
Poland
22 Mar 2019
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Pension Reform And Age Discrimination
The Court of Appeal found that the transitional provisions in two public sector pensions schemes, designed to protect older workers, unlawfully discriminated against younger workers on the grounds of age.
UK
6 Feb 2019
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Supreme Court Considers "Unfavourable" Treatment In Relation To Disability Discrimination
The Supreme Court has found that calculating an employee's pension entitlement based on the employee's part-time salary (where the employee had been prevented from working full-time due to his disability) was not "unfavourable treatment" under the Equality Act.
UK
2 Jan 2019
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Judicial review Of Financial Ombudsman Service Decision Brought By SIPP Administrator Fails
The High Court has dismissed a claim for judicial review of the final decision of the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS)
UK
2 Jan 2019
5
More Legislative Changes Coming With Bill 66
Employers would still be required to enter into written agreements with employees to have employees work excess hours and to average overtime hours worked.
Canada
18 Dec 2018
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Dismissal Of Pilot With Anxiety-Related Sickness Absences Held To Be Procedurally Unfair
In Matthew Guest v. Flybe Limited, the Birmingham Employment Tribunal considered whether the dismissal of a pilot who had various anxiety-related sickness absences was fair and found that it was not.
UK
20 Nov 2018
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UK Gender Pension Gap At Almost 40 Per Cent
Many inches have been written on the UK's gender pay gap in the past year, including on this blog
UK
8 Nov 2018
8
What Happens To The Pension When The Pensioner Disappears Into Thin Air?
The Supreme Court of Canada recently agreed to hear an appeal of a Quebec case that deals with the obligations and rights of a pension plan administrator when a pensioner goes missing.
Canada
7 Nov 2018
9
Could Employees Be Responsible For Choosing Their Auto-Enrolment Provider?
For those with an interest in pensions and, in particular, the practicalities of auto-enrolment, this week has brought some interesting suggestions on making the whole thing work a little more smoothly.
UK
8 Oct 2018
10
Ensuring Employees Are Aware Of Pension Choices – Points To Consider
Thankfully most employers are aware of their statutory obligations when advising employees of their pension benefits
UK
1 Oct 2018
11
Deficiencies Of Process vs Disability Discrimination
Various types of conduct related to disability are prohibited under the Equality Act 2010. The distinctions are important and still evolving.
UK
1 Oct 2018
12
State Budget 2019 - Social Affairs And Employment (Dutch)
Op 18 september 2018, de derde dinsdag van september, heeft de minister van Financiën traditiegetrouw de Miljoenennota gepresenteerd.
Netherlands
27 Sep 2018
13
Draft Of The Polish Act On Employee Capital Plans
The latest draft of the Polish Act on Employee Capital Plans (PPK) was announced on July 17, 2018.
Poland
9 Aug 2018
14
Pan-European Personal Pension Products
With Brexit ongoing and the political upheaval both in the UK and in Europe, it is a good time for an update on the Pan-European Personal Pension product (PEPP).
European Union
5 Jul 2018
15
Supreme Court Hears Barnardo's RPI/CPI Appeal
Dentons' Reward team are advising the Representative Beneficiaries of the Barnardo's Staff Pension Scheme ("the Scheme") in an application to the Supreme Court to decide whether the Scheme rules permit...
UK
4 Jul 2018
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UK Employment Law Round-Up – April 2018
In this issue we look at some of the key employment law, pensions and immigration developments that have been taking place over the past month.
UK
14 May 2018
17
Pensions Superfund - An Answer To The Rundown Of The Defined Benefit Sector
As some readers may be aware pension schemes offering a guaranteed income in retirement are not a popular sell and haven't been for fifteen years or more.
UK
1 May 2018
18
Pensions Regulator Consults On Master Trust Authorisation Regime
Master Trusts are a popular way for employers to meet their auto-enrolment obligations. They are basically pension schemes providing money purchase benefits to non-associated employers.
UK
4 Apr 2018
19
Improving The Pensions Regulator– Increase Powers Or Increase Resource?
Recent high profile insolvencies (e.g. Carillion and BHS) have seen widespread criticism of the Pensions Regulator ("TPR").
UK
4 Apr 2018
20
Pensions – Auto-Enrolment Contributions Edge Upwards
We are now seven weeks from the first hike in the "minimum" requirements for auto-enrolment compliance (6 April 2018).
UK
28 Feb 2018
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