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Tag Archives: CIPP
Almost as important as its findings, the constitution and delivery of the small schemes working group is an exciting foretaste of a new way of working for the DWP and its pension policy unit. The 86 page report that … Continue reading
The times call for a fresh and innovative approach to help staff facing an uncertain future. The prospect of reduced work prospects faces many of us, especially furloughed staff. This article looks at an initiative taken by the CIPP to … Continue reading
I write a column for the CIPP magazine and there’s generally a six week cycle between submission and publication. I submitted this article in March and it got published last week. When I wrote it, I wondered how I’d be … Continue reading
It seems silly to already be getting nostalgic for the early days of the pandemic. But it was interesting reading this article in the April issue of CIPP news. I wrote it in early March and already it has a … Continue reading
After doing a 30 minute address to to CIPP in 10 minutes, I’ve been called back to do another one – only this time I’m first on – which means I could gab on for ages and make sure no … Continue reading
Take a look at the audience above and you will see what I saw when I arrived to speak- not a single empty chair , everyone paying attention and a great gender mix. The Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals … Continue reading
We have got so used to auto-enrolment contribution rates going up as phasing unwinds that it’s actually quite disappointing to think we have no further challenges on the horizon. The Government, in its 2017 auto-enrolment review, promised to introduce a … Continue reading
I spoke at the CIPP Conference at the National Exhibition Centre at what payroll can do to help staff understand pensions and in particular – the pension freedoms. Here are my slides I think there are three things that hold … Continue reading