Companies scale back contributions as threat of shareholder revolt forces rethinkStephen Hester, the chief executive of RSA, the London-based insurance group behind the More Than brand, was last year handed a total pay and benefits package of more than…Read more
Travel company issues profit warning as it makes alternative plans for holidaymakersTui has warned the grounding of its fleet of 15 Boeing 737 Max planes could cost the UK travel firm up to €300m (£258m), as it scrambles to make alternative plans to fl…Read more
We were told the airline had overbooked, but the travel firm didn’t pay for the seats in timeI booked a family trip to the Dominican Republic with travel agent Tui. A month before departure, Tui called stating the BA flight had been overbooked and we h…Read more
Tui seems to be using a regulation about being told of problems promptly to avoid its obligations to customersRobin and Catherine Hackett booked a package holiday through Tui so that stressful details such as the transfer to and from the airport would …Read more
Although it was part of our package, it won’t refund us the cost of hiring our ownAs part of our Tui package holiday to Menorca in July, taxis were booked to take us to and from the airport. However, none arrived to collect us for our return flight. Th…Read more
Peter Long quits to focus on role at Countrywide as postal group aims to placate investorsThe chair of Royal Mail, Peter Long, has stepped down after one of the biggest executive pay revolts by investors in UK corporate history. The privatised postal s…Read more
World’s largest travel company still confident of double-digit earnings growth for 2018Tui, the world’s largest travel company, has been hit by the European heatwave that encouraged staycations – but has stuck to its profit forecasts for this year.Prof…Read more
Persimmon, BP and Tui among those warned that investors are ‘becoming restless’Some of the UK’s biggest stock market-listed companies including the oil giant BP, the housebuilder Persimmon and the travel firm Tui have been criticised for their lack of …Read more
Almost half of companies listed as best places to work as a woman report gender pay gap greater than national averageAlmost half of the companies included on a list of businesses feted as the best places to work as a woman in the UK have a gender pay g…Read more
Flights to EU after March 2019 at risk if no aviation deal in place, says consumer group Which?
Holidaymakers are not being adequately informed of the risks that Brexit could pose to their plans when booking, the consumer group Which? has warned.
With several of the UK’s biggest tour operators selling holidays for 2019, Which? said customers should be told of the possibility of flight disruption, and what compensation could be paid.Read more