State pension age could require 'significant' rise

The state pension age will need to rise to 72 over the next two decades if the government wishes to peg retirement costs to the public purse at the same level as existed in 1981.

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Profit sharing attractive to employees

A majority of employees insist that participation in some form of profit sharing scheme would boost their productivity.

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Planned rise in state pension age 'premature'

Proposals to increase the state retirement age for men in 2016 have been described as too hasty by the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF).

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Majority of school leavers up to the job

Many school leavers are well prepared for work, a new study has claimed.

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Jobs recovery looks set to stall

The private as well as the public sector could be hit by job losses in the future.

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Immigration cap worries businesses

The government's proposal to limit the number of skilled workers coming to the UK from outside of the EU has prompted concerns among the business community.

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