Social media discpline, pension age changes, and online banking scams - here's your need-to-know business news roundup.
A third of businesses have disciplined employees because of posts made on social media, according to a new survey.
But the figures from DLA Piper suggest that more than 50 per cent of businesses actively encourage social media use amongst employees. [Telegraph]
A planned rise in the state pension age has been delayed following a lobbying campaign.
The government announced yesterday that the planned rise to 66 will be delayed until October 2020. [Guardian]
Online banking customers are being warned over new phishing scams that look “identical” to major banking systems.
The newly discovered scams are more advanced than previous versions, with some apparently capable of changing the appearance of pages sent by banks to users. [ThisIsMoney]