Frary, Mark
April 2007
People Management;4/5/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 7, Special section p10
This article focuses on the slow adoption of flexible benefit schemes by employers and organizations in Great Britain. Flexible benefits is where employees pick and mix from a selection of benefits, such as pension, holiday, insurance and lifestyle benefits. This type of benefit is still being implemented in less than one in ten companies. The reason for this slow implementation is intense competitive pressures.


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