Employment and pensions

A new ‘Deferred Debt Arrangement’ and other changes to the employer debt legislation | What is changing?

On 6 April 2018, new regulations will come into force, making a number of changes to the employer debt legislation.  In this insight, we look at what is changing and...

Written on 6 Mar 2018

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The Taylor review and the changing world of work: what do they mean for pensions?

Earlier this month, the government published its response to the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices. In this insight, we look at what the Taylor Review and the government’s response...

Written on 26 Feb 2018

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Pensions Action Plan – Q1 2018

We are pleased to attach the February 2018 ‘Pensions Action Plan’. This summarises recent and forthcoming pension changes, which trustees and employers need to respond to now or in the...

Written on 8 Feb 2018

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Government responds to Taylor Review and the changing world of work – what do the proposals mean for employers?

The government has announced that it is ‘taking forward’ (and in some cases completely accepting) all but one of the recommendations made in the Taylor Review, an independent report published...

Written on 7 Feb 2018

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UK business immigration: what do employers need to know about the changes that came into effect as of 11 January 2018?

The Home Office has set out numerous changes to UK immigration rules which took effect from 11 January 2018. Below we highlight some of the changes that businesses should be...

Written on 7 Feb 2018

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Excepted Group Life Policy schemes

Osborne Clarke can help you establish and manage an Excepted Group Life Policy (EGLP) scheme for your employees. View the information in full below or download the PDF here. Background Many pension...

Written on 31 Jan 2018

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