Tag: National Pensions Office

OCC presses staffing board to explain decisions

OCC presses staffing board to explain decisions

| 13/04/2016 | 4 Comments

(CNS): The Office of the Complaints Commissioner has revealed in its latest work report that, following complaints by members of the public, it has made a number of recommendations over the past year to the Business Staffing Plan Board to provide clear explanations for the decisions they make and that they should formally document and […]

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Wolliston returns as pensions superintendent

Wolliston returns as pensions superintendent

| 06/01/2016 | 5 Comments

(CNS): The former superintendent of pensions is returning to the job this month, the chief officer in the employment ministry has confirmed. Christen Suckoo told CNS Wednesday following Bennard Ebanks’ appointment as the new labour director that he would not be expected to also act in the post of superintendent as first suspected because Amy Wolliston […]

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New pension bill aims for ‘culture of compliance’

New pension bill aims for ‘culture of compliance’

| 30/06/2015 | 32 Comments

(CNS): With hundreds of local employers failing to comply with their pension obligations, the employment minister hopes a newly drafted proposed pension bill will foster a greater culture of compliance and improve the prospects of retirement for Cayman’s pensioners. Among the numerous changes, including raising the retirement age to 65 and increasing the amount of […]

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Building firm faces 100+ charges over pay

Building firm faces 100+ charges over pay

| 13/03/2015 | 20 Comments

(CNS): The Department of Labour and Pensions is continuing to pursue seven local businesses through the courts for a variety of labour infractions, including failing to pay wages, overtime or not complying with tribunal orders. According to the latest update, following a number of recent court appearances, Island Builders Ltd are charged with over one […]

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Pension cases crawl through courts

| 04/02/2015 | 2 Comments

(CNS): Out of the hundreds of employers believed to be delinquent when it comes to complying with the pensions law, the National Pensions Office is battling with 20 cases that are inching slowly through the court system. Acting Superintendent of Pensions Mario Ebanks updated the latest information on the office website Wednesday, revealing eight new […]

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