Pensions shake-up sparks legal warning

Fletcher, Mike
April 2001
Marketing Event;Apr2001, p5
Focuses on the legal warning given by recruitment and financial services companies in Great Britain to event and exhibition professionals who run their own businesses without responding to the Stakeholder Pension legislation. Information on the requirement stated in the law; Objective and significance of the law to employees.


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