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first_imgBakery firms are being encouraged to start planning to protect themselves from a pensions ‘bouncer’.It follows the government announcement that every UK company will have to offer a pension scheme from 2012, meaning that even small firms will have to auto-enrol employees earning more than £7,500, and then make contributions.Mace & Jones head of employment law Martin Edwards said: “Failure to prepare will be like a batsman caught off-guard by an unexpected bouncer. The changes will carry significant costs and firms will need to factor this cost into financial planning. There will also be additional and time-consuming red tape to comply with.”Edwards urged companies to not sweep the pensions reform under the carpet. “All firms need the time to prepare themselves and their employees and put financial planning and HR planning in place,” he said. “It is important to take professional advice.”last_img read more

first_imgCeballos and Guendouzi were taken off with Arsenal still ahead in the game (Picture: Getty)Speaking on The Kelly and Wrighty Show, he explained: ‘I was going crazy, simply because there was a time when he took off Dani Ceballos – which I was absolutely seething about – Matteo Guendouzi as well, who is somebody else who has got that energy, who wants to play, and he will try and get around people.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘Ceballos will try and play himself out of problems. And then you’ve taken off the opportunity to play out from the back but you’re still trying to do it – it’s quite annoying.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityOn Ceballos, he added: ‘He’s comfortable on the ball, he’s not going to panic. He’s somebody who is comfortable in that position of the field who wants the ball and will try and play out. You take him off? It’s baffling.’After the match, Xhaka – who played the full 90 minutes – admitted his teammates looked ‘scared’ in the second half against Watford, and Wright has criticised his choice of words. Ian Wright ‘absolutely seething’ at Unai Emery over Watford subs and slams ‘irresponsible’ Granit Xhaka Metro Sport ReporterSunday 22 Sep 2019 12:02 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link The former Gunners frontman wasn’t impressed with Emery’s in-game changes (Picture: Getty)Ian Wright says he was ‘going crazy’ at Unai Emery’s substitutions in Arsenal’s capitulation against Watford, while he criticised skipper Granit Xhaka for his comments after the match.The Gunners take on Aston Villa on Sunday after a comprehensive win over Frankfurt in the Europa League, having thrown away a two-goal lead at Vicarage Road last weekend.Both of Watford’s goals came from mistakes from Arsenal’s back-line – the first trying to play out from the back, the second a penalty – and Wright has criticised Emery for taking off two of the team’s best ball players. Advertisementcenter_img Wright was not impressed with skipper Xhaka’s post-match comments (Picture: Getty)He continued: ‘You don’t really want to hear somebody saying that you’re scared because then what will happen is teams will recognise that this is the same thing that happened with Watford and then they will start saying they’re gonna get scared.‘Whether you’re scared or not, you’re gonna get a kind of pressure put on you where you’re going to be tested now. For me, it’s irresponsible for him to speak like that. To hear it, it was like, “Oh my gosh, really? You had to say that?” Scared? How can you be scared on a football pitch?’Can Arsenal finish in the top four this season?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your results Advertisement Commentlast_img read more