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Top story: Altmann: Toughest auto-enrolment challenges still to come

The second half of the auto-enrolment project will be “a much tougher ask” than the first, pensions minister Ros Altmann has warned. Read full story

Scrapping salary sacrifice would be ‘legally tricky’

Chancellor George Osborne will face legal difficulties if he tries to scrap salary sacrifice arrangements, pensions and benefits provider Broadstone has warned. Read full story

Court rules voluntary overtime should be included in holiday pay

There is nothing in principle to prevent the inclusion of voluntary overtime in holiday pay, the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal has ruled. Read full story

HMRC invests £45m in customer service as figures point to call chaos

HMRC has allocated £45m to improve customer service, as statistics reveal call-handling performance in 2014-15 fell below the organisation’s own targets. Read full story

EAT rules on redundancy consultation timing

An obligation to consult over collective redundancies is triggered when an employer makes a provisional, rather than final, decision to close its workplace, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled. Read full story