With Corporate Adviser, we look at how the State of California has taken steps to auto-enrol an unprepared population into a workplace pension. Their approach seems much simpler than the UK - what can we learn from each other?
GJH Pensions in the Media
GJH Pensions are prevalent within the pension’s space. Leading industry publications have included our commentary on pension hot-topics - examples include: Charitytimes; Employee Benefits; Pensions Insight; Corporate Adviser and Professional Pensions. To be kept up to date with all the latest GJH Pensions news subscribe to our newsletter.
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We help Charitytimes explore the challenges facing charities in meeting their pension obligations to employees past and present.
GJH Pensions help Pensions Age outline the LGPS-charity problem and the ramifications of this on charities' future sustainability.
The media spent much of 2015 taking the charity sector to task, which has severely damaged the reputation of the third sector. Rather than dwell on the disproportionate, and often inaccurate, stories of last year, Charitytimes look to 2016 and asks industry experts what lessons can be learnt. Read what GJH have to say about the pensions landscape.
Pensions are an expensive employee benefit. We explain the importance of leveraging retirement provision, and what's in it for the employer.
Gareth was one of a panel of experts that discussed a range of issues with pension provision in the charity sector. Affordability, regulation and bidding for public sector contracts were some of the complexities raised – encouragingly though, there are solutions.
We raise awareness around the risks associated with charities bidding for public sector work blind, and highlights the substantial pensions risk in doing so.
UK charities feel they are losing out on public sector contracts because of the cost of providing public sector pensions. Our Director, Gareth, provides comment with a possible solution.