Former home secretary replaces McVey
Following tumultuous cabinet meeting over a draft agreement for Britain's withdrawal from the EU
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has issued a clarification that pay-outs from term life, critical and terminal illness insurance policies will not impact means-testing for Universal Credit.
Need 'to act quickly to provide certainty for bereaved families,' writes Frank Field in letter to DWP Parliamentary Under Secretary of State
Ann Harris and Mike Dailly start roles on 1 October
Providers supplying mortgage protection solutions alongside State benefits should 'keep it simple'
The number of people saving into a workplace pension has hit an all-time high, with 17.7 million people actively participating last year, latest government data shows
'No systemic problem'
Scottish Widows' financial protection technical and industry affairs manager selected by DWP to support insurance consumer rights for disabled people
Result of Theresa May's reshuffle
Cridland and DWP reports
Dominic Howard looks at what considerations advisers need to make as the ageing workforce quickly matures
Over 75% of employers and 60% of GPs are not aware of the new Fit for Work service, research for Cigna UK HealthCare Benefits (Cigna UKHB) by YouGov has found.
The Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) must use lessons from its recent welfare reforms to improve how it handles change, the National Audit Office (NAO) has said in a report.
There is a significant case for the industry to make big changes to terminal illness policies, writes Richard James
The Fit for Work (FfW) service has officially launched today.
COVER's sister title WSB has exclusively revealed that the introduction of the Health and Work Service (HWS) has been delayed until December.
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Flaws in the Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) are so grave that simply re-branding the the Work Capability Assessment (WCA)) by appointing a new contractor will not solve the problem, the Work and Pensions Committee has said.
The government's implementation of Personal Independence Payments (PIP), which replaced Disability Living Allowance, has been criticised by MPs as ‘nothing short of a fiasco.'
Robin Hyndley looks at what the latest DWP proposals mean for employers and employees, and explores how insurers could provide appropriates in the current environment.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has cut the number of employees its new Health and Work Service (HWS) will be able to support back to work by more than a third.
The National Audit Office has criticised the government's handling of the introduction of Personal Independence Payments, which will replace Disability Living Allowance for working age people.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is expected to put out its tenders for private companies to run elements of the Health and Work Service (HWS) this week.