It is important in life to deliver the best results ? to maximise on your assets. In terms of business, the most important asset a company has is often its people.
Research has found that women don’t always pay into their pension pots. So, maybe its time bosses be more vocal why saving money is of importance.
Your business may be your whole life right now, but what happens with you exit or retire? Here’s how to build a robust financial plan for your retirement.
Bizdaq CEO Sean Mallong believes selling a business has never been easier, as he tells Real Business two years after being recognised as a disruptive startup.
Around a third of family business leaders are not convinced younger generations are ready to step up and run the company when the time comes.
According to a survey by Business in the Community, some 62 per cent of workers in their 50s had not received training in computer skills.
It seems taking a back seat is something a lot of people are finding increasingly difficult to do and a return to work after retiring could be on the cards.
Employers across the country, just like you, are helping to transform the UK retirement landscape by giving millions access to a pension scheme. But there are numerous aspects businesses need to take into account.
Retirement used to be seen as a time to sit back and live life at a slower pace. Not anymore. Today, retirement is viewed as a time to reconnect with friends and family, to have fun and get fit. However, it all comes at a price and the workforce must be prepared.
Since the government’s recent overhaul of workplace pensions, employers have an ever-increasing responsibility and duty of care to their employees to ensure they fully understand their pension and are adequately saving for a comfortable retirement.
Premier Inn and Costa Coffee owner Whitbread is looking for a new chief executive, following the announcement that current CEO Andy Harrison will retire from his post in February 2016.
Alterations to the framework of the defined contributions pension scheme arrangement means those over the age of 55 are now able to access as much as they like.