Hammonds tests perks

January 2008
Employee Benefits;Jan2008, p8
The article reports on the online survey conducted by legal firm Hammonds on the employee fringe benefits received by its employees through its flexible scheme. The purpose of conducting an online survey is to assess the value of fringe benefits which are received by the employees of the legal firm. Alison Rowlands, the rewards and benefits manager of Hammonds, states that the company wanted to assure the performance of its fringe benefits.


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