Tag Archives: job

And you may ask yourself – my God – what have I done?

Letting the days go by If you listen to the news, you may be carrying a heavy load to work today. The US has just committed  what Europe considers a reckless assassination of the most popular person in Iran, bushfires … Continue reading

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Start out as you mean to go on – come work with us!

We’re looking for someone who’s spent a year + in pensions and wants to work in a proper consultancy. Continue reading

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Should I give my job to a computer?

This week the BBC has been running a series of programs on artificial intelligence. The first program asked the question HOW SUSCEPTIBLE ARE JOBS TO COMPUTERISATION? and reference was made to a study published here. I’d give it a read if you have a … Continue reading

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AE – make a virtue of necessity

  It pains me to hear advisers talk of auto-enrolment as a “burden”. Helping to provide a retirement fund from which your staff can draw a pension seems to me a good thing for employers to do. If the phrase … Continue reading

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Putting clients first- First Actuarial

You can’t get people lower down the corporate food chain to “treat customers fairly” if the customers aren’t the first priority of the people at the top.

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