Pension changes ‘could harm staff retention’

Conrad, Mark
June 2005
Public Finance;6/17/2005, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on the survey in Great Britain which found that the public sector could face a brain drain of finance experts if the government goes ahead with controversial plans to reform occupational pension schemes.


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