Employees acquire a taste for Sips

January 2003
Employee Benefits;2003 Benefits Book, p32
Reports on the growing popularity of employee share plans in Great Britain. Growth in demand for the government's share incentive plans; Opportunities to buy partnership shares before tax; Popularity of enterprise management initiatives. INSET: Sip v Sharesave.


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