Business Regulation

Employers feel the cost of auto-enrolment

Auto-enrolment has had a financial impact on more than two thirds of employers. In a report by the CIPD, 70% of the employers had to take the financial cost of auto-enrolment into consideration.

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FSCS changes reduce deposit compensation limit

The deposit compensation limit protected by the Finance Services Compensation Scheme has been reduced to £75,000.

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Businesses optimistic heading into 2016

Optimism among businesses rose in the final quarter of 2015 to 73%, according to research from Grant Thornton’s International Business Report.

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Scale-up businesses contribute billions to economy

3,000 growing medium-sized businesses contributed £59 billion to the UK economy between 2010 and 2013.

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Business closures at lowest rate since 2008

The number of business starting operations increased by 1.2% from 346,000 to 351,000 between 2013 and 2014.

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Demand for employer-supported volunteering not being met

Business and charities are not working together to deliver volunteering opportunities to their employees.

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Export growth drops

Export growth has fallen, a report by British Chambers of Commerce and DHL suggests.

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National living wage to slow hiring

The introduction the new national living wage could see employers reducing job creation, raising their prices and cancelling investments, according to research by the Federation of Small Businesses.

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Employees miss out on pension contributions

£535 million of pension contributions have been lost over the last 3 years, due to employees opting out of auto-enrolment, according to new research published by NOW: Pensions.

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National living wage to have modest impact

The impact of the incoming introduction of the national living wage will be minimal in most industries, according to new analysis by the Resolution Foundation.

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