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Compulsory pension provision in the UK: some tricky issues

United Kingdom - June 24 2014 In the UK, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) recently published its first report on enforcement action it has taken against an employer for non-compliance...

Catherine Drinnan.

UK Supreme Court says members of limited liability partnerships are workers

United Kingdom - June 12 2014 The UK Supreme Court recently ruled that members of a limited liability partnership (an LLP) are workers for the purpose of protections for...

Catherine Drinnan.

UK pensions rights transferring on an asset sale

United Kingdom - January 30 2013 A recent UK High Court decision has confirmed that some rights to enhanced early retirement and redundancy provisions derived from UK pension plans...

Catherine Drinnan.

Social media considerations for employers

USA, United Kingdom - August 16 2012 Following on from the article “NLRB Guidelines on Employer Social Media Policy” in the last edition of The Working World, in which John Shyer and Hayley Moore examined the NLRB guidelines for US employees, and their update on the guidelines in this issue, Kathryn Ramsden examines the development of law and good practice guidelines in the UK in the social media arena....

New compulsory pension provision in the UK from October 2012: an update

United Kingdom - August 9 2012 As described in Client Alert 1170 in April 2011, from October 2012, the new UK pensions auto-enrolment regime will start to apply to the largest employers in the UK, being employers with 120,000 or more “eligible jobholders”....

Catherine Drinnan.