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CII Library | Book | Published 2013
 "[This title] offers an overview of the law of employment, pensions and corporate insolvency. It also focuses on the application of rules relating to corporate insolvency and how they affect employees and their pension rights, drawing together legislation, case law, analysis and com...
CII Library | Book | Published 2012
Since the second edition of TUPE: Law and Practice the Courts have sought to clarify the position of TUPE in relation to insolvency. Further, there have been clarifications of what is meant by “service provision change”. To that end, this new edition encapsulates these changes and may others caus...
Research | 17 Jan 2017
This edition of the CII Member Survey indicates a significant fall in confidence for 2017 among CII members, across all three key indicators measuring economic, business and employment prospects. Following growth in all indices, the yearly change in 2016 is the greatest one-year fall for ea...
Lectures | 06 Oct 2011
NEST - more of an opportunity than a threat delivered on 6 October 2011 by Tim Jones (CEO, National Employment Savings Trust)
Research | 01 Jul 2010
Steven Cameron summarises the 2012 pension reforms introducing a controversial new charging structure for the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) scheme which will combine a fund management charge with a charge on contributions. He examines both sides of the argument, AEGON concludes t...
Research | 01 Aug 2009
As life expectancy increases so does the need for people to be well prepared for their retirement. However for many this will not be the case as the culture for saving in the UK has steadily eroded over time. To counter this and thus help those not saving enough (in particular those on lowe...
Technical articles | 01 Oct 2008
Under the Welfare Reform Act 2007 the government is scrapping the old incapacity benefit for new claimants and replacing it with a new employment and support allowance.
Technical articles | 01 Sep 2008
In a paper published under the CII Thinkpiece banner, Ann Rossiter proposes a 'flexicurity' system to allow Government and industry to better protect the UK workforce.  Over the last 10 years, the UK has experienced a period of strong growth and high employment, but workers are feeling...
Market data | 01 Dec 2002
Employment statistics for the UK, including the number of people working in financial services and average salary rates, from the Office of National Statistics.
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