ALMOST HALF OF SMALL BUSINESSES STILL CONFUSED ABOUT PENSION AUTO-ENROLEMENT

February 9 2016.

Some 45 per cent of small businesses are confused about auto-enrolment rules obliging them to enrol employees in a qualifying workplace pension scheme.


The study by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) also finds that three quarters of small businesses feel the regulations would put too much pressure on them, and that one in four think their business might not cope with the added financial demands.

The news comes just as auto-enrolment activity ramps up, with a tidal wave of enrolment and re-enrolment hitting the business community all over the UK.

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MCIA JOB OPPORTUNITY

February 4 2016.

Passionate about motorcycling? The Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA) is recruiting a Project Manager.


This brand new position gives a unique opportunity to help develop and manage a new project. Working with a major manufacturer and their dealerships you will formalise links with high quality motorcycle rider training providers.

We are looking for a [stop] confident and experienced person with a genuine enthusiasm for motorcycling, who will take a hands-on approach working within a small, friendly and like-minded team. Our office is based in Coventry but we envisage the successful applicant will spend several days a week visiting the network you are developing as the project progresses.

You will need to be a strong administrator with excellent communication and planning skills. A full motorcycle licence and experience within a motorcycle dealership or training school would be an advantage, as would knowledge of motorcycles, motorcycle safety and licensing issues.

In return we offer a salary in the region of £28,000 plus benefits and the chance to turn your passion for motorcycles into your career.

For more information and details of how to apply visit www.mcia.co.uk/recruitment or email k.cole@mcia.co.uk  

Closing date for applications is the end February 2016



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