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How to future proof a reward strategy in light of changing pay

first_imgNeed to knowNew legislation on the horizon could increase pay bills in certain sectors.Changes to salary sacrifice arrangements could also impact the benefits mix.Reward professionals need to communicate with employees, the wider business and government. This year will see a raft of pay and benefits-related initiatives come into force or appear on the horizon, from the rise in the national living wage to the introduction of gender pay reporting, and the increase in auto-enrolment contributions due to take place in 2018. Against a broader backdrop of Brexit and the changes outlined in the Autumn Statement surrounding certain salary sacrifice arrangements, the pressure is on those working in pay and reward roles to make the numbers stack up without damaging employee retention or engagement.Jeff Fox, head of strategic benefit consulting at Aon Employee Benefits, says: “Last year, we saw an unprecedented set of circumstances that created major headwinds for those in organisations who look after reward, which would include pay, benefits and anything to do with strategy.“Gender pay is going to be a big issue; if the information doesn’t cast things in the right light [employers] will have to make some fairly significant pay decisions, which could cause some challenges.”Employers will need to think of a sustainable way of dealing with the costs related to upcoming legislative changes, says Jack Curzon, head of scheme design at Thomsons Online Benefits. “While, in isolation, the legislation may seem like a small cost, when you add them all up throughout a year they do increase businesses’ costs,” he adds.However, different issues will impact on organisations in different ways, says Duncan Brown, head of HR consultancy at the Institute for Employment Studies. “The living wage has been very specific in terms of the sectors that are affected, and it’s largely social care and childcare where organisations have faced increased costs,” he says.“Auto-enrolment is an additional cost, and I have seen some employers not give pay awards to help fund that, but over the entire labour market they’re recognising they’re facing a risk of higher turnover so it ends up costing them more money. The evidence is that employers at the moment have been able to absorb these additional costs, either by taking lower margins or increasing prices.”National living wageA report by Incomes Data Research (IDR) on behalf of the Low Pay Commission into the impact of the national living wage, published in October 2016, found that more than half of employers (55%) had not attempted to offset the additional costs, although 85% of those in the social care and housing sectors, and 71% of those in childcare had at least considered this (see graph). The most common tool under review is to alter grading structures (13% of all respondents) or to introduce age-related pay for those aged under 25 (9%).One response could be to reduce headcount, particularly in sectors such as care, says Alison Garrow, senior associate at employment law firm Doyle Clayton. “The irony is that these higher minimum rates of pay, designed to improve benefits for employees, could result in job losses in some sectors where the organisations involved cannot afford the increased rates,” she adds.Impact on benefits strategyThere is little evidence so far that benefits are being directly impacted, although 3% of respondents to the IDR research said they had, or were, considering reducing non-pay benefits, rising to 18% in the childcare sector, where it was the most common response. However, there is evidence that some high-street retailers have cut back on perks such as paid breaks, discounted staff rates or pay premiums for weekend or evening shifts, says Charles Cotton, performance and reward adviser at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).“But employees in the retail and hospitality sector do value these things, so it could be that they are shooting themselves in the foot,” he adds.Organisations should instead focus on making employees more productive, looking at how jobs are designed, for instance.Some organisations are going out of their way to avoid cutting back on benefits. John Letizia, head of public affairs at Unum, says: “In the last few years, there has been some evidence where [employers] have not awarded significant pay rises to their employees but have increased the level of benefit provision, for example by adding new benefits to the package such as group income protection.”Despite this, there are signs that benefits packages may be reviewed to help generate savings. “Some [organisations] may take things away or change something dramatically to make an initial saving but most [employers] are actually looking to make benefits more sustainable in the future,” says Curzon. “It might be a subtle design change to make sure that they control PMI [private medical insurance] premiums, so they’ll know that it won’t be possible for them to go up by more than 15% next year.”Alongside this, organisations may look to bring in particular initiatives, such as workplace health in general, introducing low-cost benefits such as free fruit in the workplace to help prevent employees from becoming ill in the first place.The uncertainty over the long-term future of salary sacrifice arrangements also means businesses are moving away from the concept of offering certain benefits purely for tax reasons. “The conversations that we’re having with [employers] is to effectively question whether they should be basing their benefits strategy on tax savings, when those may be gone in 10 years,” says Curzon. “In 20 years, there might be no salary sacrifice [efficiencies] or tax savings at all, so, to futureproof their strategy, [organisations] need to realise that they can’t base the principles of their benefits on that.”In practical terms, this means organisations are already making changes to some salary sacrifice arrangements, says Fox. “We’re certainly seeing a cutback on arrangements where employers would share any national insurance savings with employees, because employers are essentially saving up for the future and acting ahead of the curve,” he says. “We’re also seeing a reduction in the level and extent of choice available, partly because some benefits have lost their tax benefits. They’re perhaps thinking about retaining the key ones so bikes [for work], pensions and childcare vouchers [which are currently unaffected by government change].”Employers are also less likely to implement new salary sacrifice schemes due to concern around rising costs and future changes, says Kim Hayton, HR director at FDR Law. “There is a nervousness about introducing anything new unless there is a contractual requirement in place,” she says.While pensions, bikes for work, childcare and ultra-low-emission vehicles are currently exempt from the government’s move to limit the range of benefits that attract tax and employer national insurance contribution advantages when offered via salary sacrifice, there is no guarantee that this will always be the case in the future.The changes around the tax treatment of company cars has also seen a move away from employers offering that as a benefit, accelerating a trend that was already happening in the wake of higher costs stemming from new legislation, says Fox. “It’s not just salary sacrifice; if you offer someone a cash equivalent and they take a car with it then from April they will lose their tax benefits, so employers are saying this isn’t a benefit they can sustain any more, and that they need a fundamental redesign around the product,” he says. “There’s potentially a move away from company cars anyway but certainly that cash equivalent is highly questionable now.”On the reward side, one option to cope with higher costs could be to reduce the use of overtime, suggests Garrow. “In cases of voluntary overtime, an employer should consider whether the work can be restructured so that the business is less reliant on overtime,” she says. “They may also be able to agree changes to when overtime applies with employees.”But employers need to be careful in case employees have a contractual right to overtime, in which case it will only be possible to make changes with the employee’s consent.Reward communicationWhere employers do make adjustments, it is essential they communicate effectively with the workforce. The gender pay reporting requirements could be a particular challenge, says Cotton. “[Employers] should let [their] employees know what’s been found before they read it on the government website or in the local newspaper, as well as what steps [they] are taking to reduce [any gender pay gaps],” he says. “[Organisations] may need to explain to employees that the gender pay gap isn’t the same as equal pay, and it may be that [they’ve] got issues around the recruitment and retention of women, and what [they’re] doing about that.”Meanwhile, HR needs to be stronger in resisting any pressure to overhaul reward and benefits packages, says Brown. “There’s a lot of evidence that cuts in these areas are generally quite short-termist and have damaging implications,” he says. “HR hasn’t been good enough at communicating the message that investing in people pays off, and to some extent the government has forced it on them. We have to get much better at getting value out of that additional cost.”Reward and benefits professionals also have a wider role to communicate with government, adds Monica Kalia, chief strategy officer at Neyber. “Our current difficult environment can be countered by closer engagement with employees to ensure that their opinions are being heard, as well as with government to ensure that policy changes are not made with unintended consequences,” she says. “The fact that the government is concerned with people who are ‘just about managing’ provides a great opportunity for the reward and benefit community to have its views heard.”Wild Card Brewery sees the value in going beyond the minimumWalthamstow-based micro-brewery and bar Wild Card Brewery decided to pay its staff the London living wage, as determined by the Living Wage Foundation, when the business was first set up in 2012. Andrew Birkby, one of the firm’s founders, says: “The national living wage that employers are now required to pay is below the level that the Living Wage Foundation recommends, and which we pay.”The London living wage is a voluntary rate, which is calculated according to the basic cost of living. It increased from £9.40 an hour to £9.75 an hour in October 2016, with living wage employers expected to implement the new rate by May 2017. The national living wage, which is the statutory minimum for employees aged 25 and over, is set to rise from £7.20 to £7.50 an hour in April 2017.“We do it [because it] makes commercial sense,” Birkby adds. “We think by paying our employees better than the national living wage we get more out of them in terms of productivity, staff retention and how they represent the brand. The hospitality sector has a really high turnover of staff but a lot of ours have been with us from the beginning. That saves money in terms of training too.”As a small employer, with a 15-strong team of bar staff, brewers and drivers, paying the London living wage is its main tool in attracting and retaining staff, and one Birkby believes reflects what is important to employees. “What really matters is pounds in their pocket, because they have to put food on the table and look after their families,” he explains.The investment seems to be paying off; the brewery picked up the Time Out award for the best bar in its borough in November 2016. “We had a very high rating on Google and Facebook and one of the recurring pieces of feedback is that staff are really friendly and helpful,” says Birkby. “It’s one of the things that leads people to give us a good review and keep coming back.”Wild Card Brewery intends to keep pace with any future increases in the London living wage. “It’s a stretch but what we get back from our staff makes it well worth the money,” says Birkby. Key dates:The national living wage will rise from £7.20 an hour to £7.50 from April 2017.From April 2017, the minimum wage will increase to £7.05 an hour for 21-24 year olds, £5.60 for 18-20 year olds, £4.05 for under 18s, and £3.50 an hour for apprentices.Gender pay gap reporting regulations for private and voluntary sector employers with 250 or more employees are set to come into effect from April 2017, with a snapshot date of 5 April. The snapshot date for public sector organisations is expected to be 31 March.From April 2017, the government will limit the range of benefits that attract tax and employer national insurance contribution (NIC) advantages when offered through a salary sacrifice arrangement or where the employee is provided with a choice between a benefit in kind (BIK) and cash allowance.The minimum employer contribution rate under pensions auto-enrolment will rise to 2% from April 2018 and to 3% from April 2019.center_img Viewpoint: Executive remuneration and the future of the long-term incentive planMany listed organisations will be putting their directors’ remuneration policy back to shareholders at the 2017 annual general meeting (AGM) for the first time since 2014. Renewal of the policy comes against a background of increasing calls for executive pay restraint and the risk of another ‘shareholder spring’ if investors are not happy with what they see.One of the key areas on which remuneration committees will need to focus is whether the traditional long-term incentive plan (L-tip) remains fit for purpose. The Investment Association Working Group has urged committees to look at alternatives to see which is most appropriate for the organisation’s strategy and business needs.One of the alternative models raised by the Working Group is the annual grant to executives of restricted share awards. No performance conditions would apply to such awards with vesting being dependent only on remaining in service. As a corollary, investors would expect awards to be granted at approximately half the level of current L-tip awards in terms of value.It seems inevitable that we will see more restricted share plans put to shareholders this year although it is unlikely that we will see a dramatic shift away from the traditional L-tip. For many organisations, sticking with their L-tip will still be a valid conclusion to reach after reviewing the alternatives. Additionally, although this may militate against the move for simplicity, we can expect to see some organisations choosing to run a restricted share plan alongside an L-tip with a balance of awards under the two. It will also be interesting to see whether organisations attempt to have a more fluid policy in place so that they move between L-tips and other structures as circumstances change.Finally, organisations putting in restricted share arrangements should also think not only about increasing the number of shares that directors are expected to hold but also imposing an additional holding period following the vesting of awards.David Baxter is counsel at law firm Ashurstlast_img read more

Nearly half do not know how much their employer pays into their

first_imgNearly half (48%) of respondents do not know how much their employer pays into their workplace pension, according to research by not-for-profit pension provider The People’s Pension.Its survey of 2,378 UK adults, including 2,009 individuals who have a pension, also found that 35% are not aware that the government contributes tax relief to their pension, and a further 55% do not know that for every £1 they save into their pension, they can receive 20p from the government. One in 10 (10%) of respondents are not aware that an employer pays into workplace pensions, as well as employees.The majority (90%) of those surveyed see the benefit of an auto-enrolment pension, while 79% believe it is now easier to save for retirement because the money comes straight out of their wages.Gregg McClymont (pictured), director of policy at The People’s Pension, said: “Auto-enrolment is a real success story, with 10 million more people now saving into a pension. It’s encouraging that the vast majority of people see the positives of saving into an auto-enrolment pension, but as we head towards April’s increases, there’s work to do to ensure savers are getting the full picture.“This year’s contribution increases should see people saving thousands more, allowing them to live more comfortably in retirement.“There is always a risk that people may choose to stop contributing if they aren’t aware of the advantages that saving in to an auto-enrolment pension brings. At a time when millions of people in the UK will be under-pensioned if they rely just on the state pension, getting this message across is crucial.”last_img read more

ABM Panel Media Matters in Asset Mix Valuations

first_img “It’s clear to me we need to be completely integrated with our customer,” he said “We rarely go to agencies. We don’t just want to play in the data bucket or the marketing services bucket. We come up with a story that helps our customers grow. Our business wouldn’t work if we weren’t completely integrated. That starts with data, and our media and marketing services capabilities help activate. Data is the connective tissue. Our sales are completely integrated.” Lead by moderator Jonathan Knee, senior managing director at Evercore, panelists talked about how companies are valued based on asset mix. At the end of the discussion, Knee asked the panel how valuable a “portfolio of media” really is, given how much some companies are detouring into new revenue streams. “Technology has made it possible to have actual connections between multiple media, but in some cases it feels like people are putting two things together that don’t have much to do with each other,” he said. “Is [having multiple media] a coherent operating story rather than a sexy marketing story?” “The reality is those businesses were not integrated at all,” Chisholm said. “Frankly, I think we could have headed in that direction, but pure media is not something we understood very well and we liked the leveragability of the data business. We just wanted to create focus.” Peter Goldstone, CEO of Hanley Wood, used his own company’s asset mix as an example of how media, print and digital, is an important component in the overall portfolio—and it’s valuable to remember, in the context of his comments, how much strategic importance Hanley Wood has put on its data services division lately, which grew out of its 2013 acquisition of Metrostudy. However, Goldstone pointed out an important distinction: “Our advantage is we play in one market, not many markets like some other publishers.” “If the media reinforces the parts then we won’t break it down,” added Salewski. “Everything we’re doing in the media business is self-reinforcing.” Adding to that, Tony Salewski, managing director at Genstar Capital, said some private equity firms may not always understand media specifically, but they get how the whole is greater than the parts: “One of the funny things about private equity firms that don’t focus on it is they don’t understand media, publications and events. But they do understand the end market and data. The end market needs a suite of solutions.” Whether that suite is valued as a whole or separately depends on the buyer, said the panel. “With Dodge, we looked at the businesses separately and how they worked together—or didn’t—and then spit out the multiple at the bottom,” said Chisholm. Knee next turned to Bill Chisholm, managing director at Palo Alto-based Symphony Technology Group, which just sold off the media assets, including Architectural Record, from Dodge Data & Analytics (formerly McGraw Hill Construction) to BNP Media. Michael Struble, a partner at Wasserstein & Co., which, along with MidOcean Partners, owns Penton, re-emphasized the importance of connecting media to data to unlock more value. “We’ve actually used the legacy business as a way to move into the data business,” he said. “As we looked at the content so much of it had pieces of data, it just had to be packaged differently. Over time you can create some pretty compelling data propositions for your customers. We firmly believe in what Peter was saying—having an end-to-end solution. The need of those services from customers is only growing. Leveraging that content set or that audience set via marketing services has been a great way to extract more value.” Washington, D.C.—The SIIA held its combined ABM & Information Industry Summit here this week and data, organizational structure and M&A were big themes in the programming. A Monday panel on M&A revealed that media still figures heavily in publisher valuations, despite the laser focus on data and marketing services capabilities.last_img read more

Twitter takes action on anti Indian campaign

first_imgAmaravati: Over 200 accounts have been suspended by Twitter which were spreading fake narratives on Jammu and Kashmir situation in social media during the last week. The action has been initiated by the Twitter, after Indian government launched a probe on anti Indian campaign. Though the situation in the J&K is stable and normalcy has been restoring gradually after deleting the long pending Article 370 and Article 35 (A), the Pakistani supporters and Pakistan based protestors have launched a massive anti India campaign on social media. The All India Radio tweeted on its official Twitter handle that the organisation suspended over 200 accounts, which provoke unnecessary law and order problems with vested interests.last_img read more

Etihad Aviation Group has appointed Robin Kamark a

first_imgEtihad Aviation Group has appointed Robin Kamark as chief executive officer, Airline Equity Partners, responsible for leading and developing the Group’s minority equity investment strategy, which includes stakes in airberlin, Alitalia, Jet Airways, Air Serbia, Air Seychelles, Etihad Regional and Virgin Australia.Reporting to the group president and CEO, Kamark takes over from Bruno Matheu (who has held the role since May 2016, and is leaving for personal reasons) in October 2017, and will lead strategic developments to optimise business performance, revenues and cost synergies between Etihad Airways and its equity partners across the world. He will also provide strategic leadership for airline partners where Etihad Airways has management responsibility.Kevin Knight, group strategy and planning officer, will also work with Bruno Matheu to provide continuity across Airline Equity Partners as the group manages the transition over the coming months.Kamark will become one of the five key business unit executives within the Etihad Aviation Group, joining Peter Baumgartner, CEO of Etihad Airways; Jeff Wilkinson, CEO of Etihad Airways Engineering; and Chris Youlten, Managing Director of Airport Services. Hala, the company’s destination marketing and global loyalty unit, will announce a permanent CEO shortly.A 17-year veteran of the airline industry, Kamark has previously held a range of strategy, commercial and general manager roles at SAS Group, rising to become chief commercial officer. For the last five years, he has been executive vice president and chief commercial officer of Storebrand ASA, a leading Nordic financial services business.H.E. Mohamed Mubarak Fadhel Al Mazrouei, chairman of the Board of the Etihad Aviation Group, said: “Etihad Aviation Group continues to invest in world-class talent at the most senior level, building our executive team to lead the business into the next stage of its development.“Robin is a well-respected leader in global aviation, with wide-ranging experience at SAS Group. He performed important roles in the restructuring of that airline and has broadened his experience more recently in financial services.“Our equity partner strategy continues to be an important element of our business model, and Robin will drive the strategy by adjusting and progressing our approach.“We would like to thank Bruno for his sterling efforts over the last two and half years, as we have built and consolidated our equity partner approach.”The EAG Board is currently involved in a search for a new Group CEO. Long-serving president and CEO James Hogan announced that he would step down from the company later this year.last_img read more

agentsG AdventuresIncentiveUMI in the Islands

first_imgagentsG AdventuresIncentiveUMI in the Islands A thirteenth bonus spot was up for grabs in G Adventures’ UMI in the Islands incentive, and to decide who would get the lucky space, the names of all 1,411 members of the UMI Australia/NZ Facebook group were written on post-its and then stuck onto the balls in the Outpost’s infamous ball pit meeting room.The winning ball was then randomly drawn by Director of Sales (Australia and New Zealand), Ingrid Kocijan who, whilst donning a seal onesie, dived into the ball pit and came out with the ball with the lucky winner’s name – and, via video, in the UMI Australia/NZ Facebook page, Rebecca Owen from STA Brisbane was announced as the first agent on their way to the GalapagosThe other twelve spots on UMI in the Islands, which will have agents spotting giant tortoises, sea lions and island birds in abundance, will be given to the six top sellers as well as six randomly picked agents who have booked at least one client during the months of the incentive.last_img read more

Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The week concludes with the Irrelevant Week XL Banquet on Friday night, which hosts past and present stars and celebrities. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Christian would receive the key to Newport Beach.#MrIrrelevantXL @hungry4gr8tness has the key to Newport Beach! His other gifts: http://t.co/3x1101ehRg pic.twitter.com/6kaoWSmngE— TheUndefeated.org (@undefeatedorg) July 8, 2015 From there Christian would appear on the NFL Network’s NFL Total Access program.Tune into @NFLTotalAccess today during 4 o’clock hour to catch #MrIrrelevantXL @hungry4gr8tness of the @AZCardinals! pic.twitter.com/XNz484NZD7— TheUndefeated.org (@undefeatedorg) July 7, 2015center_img Believe it or not, being selected No. 256 in the NFL Draft has its perks, and that’s what Arizona Cardinals selection Gerald Christian has learned this week.The former Louisville tight end has had a week-long vacation for being “Mr. Irrelevant” in the NFL Draft. The tradition of “Mr. Irrelevant Week” continued with Christian.His week in California started with what a lot of celebrities in California have to endure: the paparazzi. The week-long trip had many more stops, including a trip to Disneyland.#MrIrrelevantXL @hungry4gr8tness & his entourage made it to the happiest place on earth! @Disneyland pic.twitter.com/QnyOhCHOfd— TheUndefeated.org (@undefeatedorg) July 8, 2015 Comments   Share   Top Stories Paparazzi has found #MrIrrelevantXL @hungry4gr8tness at @JohnWayneAir! Let the #IrrelevantWeekXL games BEGIN! pic.twitter.com/UrBTzqjATb— TheUndefeated.org (@undefeatedorg) July 7, 2015last_img read more

In November and December First and BusinessClass

first_imgIn November and December, First and Business-Class passengers on Lufthansa long-haul flights departing Germany will be served delicious culinary menus from one of the world’s most celebrated chefs. Jean-Georges Klein from Lorraine, one of France’s top three chefs, has created exclusive menus which passengers can look forward to relishing onboard.As appetizers in First Class, passengers will enjoy pink-roasted beef filet with apples and gelée of tabbouleh and yogurt, smoked tuna with crabmeat on lemon crème frâiche with walnuts as well as beetroot and comté cheese with thyme served on an étagère. After clear oxtail soup with cheese sticks or a choice of salads with pumpkin and mushrooms, passengers can select from one of several main courses, such as a shoulder of veal simmered in hay with savory cabbage and bakers potatoes. Other dishes include sliced halibut under a nut crust with anise beurre blanc, spinach and puréed pumpkin, or gratin de légumes d’Anton on a casserole of fine vegetables and spinach with parmesan sauce. As every year, a traditional alternative menu in November is roast goose with red cabbage, potato dumplings and mixed herbs. As a finale, the gourmet in-flight food features fig purée with gentian sauce, quark cream and buttermilk ice cream, textured chocolate with plum gelée or tonka bean ice with an assortment of French cheese specialties.As starters in Business Class, passengers can choose a mosaic of scallops and salmon served with fennel salad and crème frâiche with keta caviar, venison pâté with Waldorf salad and fig purée, or mixed salad with pumpkin, chanterelles, pine nuts and French dressing. The main course consists of fried halibut with herb crust, carrots, zucchini and pearl barley or penne noodles with vegetable ragout and parmesan. Another choice would be roast goose served in the November tradition. The dessert is an unusual dish: an almond sandwich of mandarins and plums with rosehip sauce.Dinner will also be offered on long daytime flights: venison ham rolls stuffed with fresh cheese together with red cabbage salad, as well as Münster cheese with caraway seeds and marinated onions or spiced salmon on chives sauce and Alsatian salad of cheese and sausage. Dinner culminates in a dessert of orange sand cake Hotel K.Jean-Georges Klein, whose star-studded restaurant “L’Arnsbourg” in Baerenthal is set in the Lorraine national park at the foot of the Vosges mountains in Alsace, is a confessed autodidact. After studying hotel management, he worked from 1970 as maître d’hôtel in the family-owned restaurant, founded as a humble eatery for coal merchants and loggers by his grandmother about a century ago. He only began working in the restaurant when his mother, who won a Michelin star in 1988, retired in 1989. It was then that he began developing his own culinary art, which now attracts gourmets in droves to his Alsatian restaurant. He was awarded his second star in 1998 and his third in 2002. An experimental spirit, Jean-Georges Klein re-interprets dishes from traditional local produce in a cuisine deeply rooted in the local region. Even his avant-garde creations primarily bring out the harmony between individual aromas. As the star chef himself gladly emphasizes, he owes the finishing touch of his gourmet menus to inspiration from the culinary greats: Pierre Gagnaire and Ferran Adriá.www.lufthansa.comlast_img read more

LPG 40 per cent higher than EU average

first_imgA consumer group charged on Tuesday there was collusion in setting the price of motor gas, demanding to know how it had been set.The union of consumers and quality of life suggested that the price of LPG in Cyprus was some 40 per cent higher than the EU average and almost double the lowest one.The union said from the moment gas became available at two to three stations, the “same and possibly worse symptoms” seen in the selling price of traditional fuel appeared.“We are talking about a monopoly, thus a cartel, in gas,” the union said, wondering how the pump price was decided.The union said there was no transparency and questioned the role of the energy ministry’s service that deals with fuel prices.It accused the service of turning into a representative of the cartels since the only thing it does is to periodically issue price bulletins that are decided by the companies without transparency.The union also asked for explanation regarding last week’s hikes to the price of fuel.“Is it the small, two to three per cent, rise in the price of crude that should have been absorbed (by companies) because previous reductions had not reached the levels they ought to?” the union said. “Or should there have been a further reduction justified by the huge 10 per cent rise of the euro against the US dollar?”It urged the energy minister to adopt the transparency he had promised and commission a study on the matter.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoModernizeIf Your Home Has Old Roofing, Read ThisModernizeUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

Cooler temperatures rain on the cards

first_imgIt is going to be noticeably cooler than last week in the coming days, and may even rain in the mountains, the Met office said on Tuesday.Some high clouds may lead to local light rains in the afternoon, while temperatures will climb to 35C inland, 32C at the south and east coasts, 28C in other coastal areas and 26C in the mountains.These temperatures are still a little higher than normal for early June but well below the record temperatures of nearly 43C recorded during the last days of May.The high clouds will remain in place during the night and temperatures are expected to fall to 18C to 20C in most areas and 14C around Troodos.On Wednesday, more local showers may fall in the mountains in the afternoon, while mostly sunny weather has been forecast for Thursday and Friday.Temperatures will remain at the same levels.Elevated dust levels were recorded on Tuesday morning, which will likely subside by Thursday.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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