A yellow rescue helicopter took centre stage at The Press and Journal Energy Ball at the weekend.
Eight finalists are in the running for two hotly contested categories of The Press and Journal cHeRries Awards 2019.
Examples of “exceptional” employee engagement” and “extraordinary” initiatives in the region’s human resources (HR) sector are contesting two of the categories of The Press and Journal cHeRries Awards 2019.
The glitterati of the oil and gas industry were treated to a spellbinding evening of food, drinks, music and dancing at The Press and Journal Energy Snow Ball on Saturday.
Wealth management expert Mattioli Woods is toasting its latest successful investment – world record-breaking Sammi Kinghorn.
Since A-day, there is no legislative restriction on who can be a member of a UK registered pension scheme. So in theory, anyone can join a UK scheme regardless of residency.
What is the difference between Murray Smith, our Sales and Marketing Director based in Leicester, and Alan Fergusson our Employee Benefits Director based in Aberdeen?
The UK’s pension population’s love affair with pensions tax relief started when the Finance Act 1921 introduced tax relief for contributions to occupational pensions. Now, 95 years later, are we about to see the end of the traditional way in which tax relief is given on pension contributions?
It is interesting the way that the meaning of certain words change with time, and ‘retirement’ is certainly a word that evokes a very different meaning nowadays to what it did 40 years ago. David Gibson, consultant, Mattioli Woods plc.
Employee benefits trends in the energy sector and discussion around motivation and engagement were top of the agenda at an employee benefits seminar hosted by Mattioli Woods last week in Aberdeen.