A recent poll finds young people not engaged in pensions, do you agree with this view?

Young people not engaged in pensions, poll finds Eight out of ten 18-29-year-olds don’t understand pensions and most would prefer to save money to buy their first home rather than for their retirement, a Barnett Waddingham poll has found. Its Helping Hands survey of over 850 people measures generational attitudes and perspectives towards saving among three different age groups: 18-20 year olds, 30-49 year olds and 50+ year olds. Of these, the firm said the youngest group appeared most ‘disengaged’ with saving, with 81% saying they do not understand pensions and 40% saying they have never heard of auto-enrolment. A
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How can you motivate your Employees through the January Blues?

How do you Motivate your Employees through the January Blues? It’s no surprise that January heralds the time for people to reflect on their lifestyle, after the excesses of Christmas have died down. For many, this might mean joining a gym or looking for a new challenge at work, for others it could signal the start of a new career. As a result, keeping staff motivated and loyal during the festivities – and beyond – can be a challenge for employers, with many turning to incentives schemes to help. With research showing that two in five people will look for
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