Cafeteria package widens menu for older employees

Merrick, Neil
July 1998
People Management;7/9/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 14, p15
Discusses the implications of a flexible benefits package introduced at the Financial Services Authority (FSA). Opinion of the Employers' Forum on Age; Reason flexible schemes should be encouraged; Effectiveness of the package among companies wishing to integrate staff following a merger or acquisition.


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