Lovewell, Debbie
January 2007
Employee Benefits;Jan2007, Special section p6
The article provides information on the result of the survey conducted by "Employee Benefits" journal regarding flexible benefits plan in Great Britain. It shows that respondents believed that running flexible benefits plan recognizes the needs and values of the workforce and improves the image of an employer. On the contrary, respondents thought that cost of implementation and complexity of administration are among the problems of running flexible benefits plan.


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