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Pensions Evri-where? A Smart solution that’s got a way to go!

We know them as Hermes, they like us to know them as Evri – (as in Evri-where) and the courier firm has done a deal with 12,000 of its 30,000 couriers granting them “self-employed +” status. Yesterday, the 12,000 couriers … Continue reading

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If you’re an Uber driver , you have a NOW pension.

I wondered whether the headline had  been better “if you’re an Uber driver, you now have a pension” but for industry readers, the news is that NOW at last have something to tell the world that isn’t “mea culpa”. I … Continue reading

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Will the gig-economy auto-enrol? More likely after UBER judgement!

Today’s the day that an employment tribunal in London will decide whether Uber’s 40,000 licensed drivers are self-employed or “workers”. So far all the talk has been about sick-pay, holiday pay and the minimum wage. But “worker” (as in “personal … Continue reading

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How do we auto-enrol workers in the “gig economy”?

A gig economy is an environment where temporary positions are common and organizations contract with independent workers for short-term engagements. The trend toward a gig economy has begun The consultancy McKinsey  reckon that some 162 million people in Europe and America work independently. … Continue reading

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