How we made a difference at work

Parker, Deborah; Simmons, Mark
November 2009
People Management;11/19/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 24, p38
The article describes how Norbert Dentressangle led to the implementation of a trustee-based defined contribution (DC) scheme. The company is divided into two, namely transport and logistics. In an effort to manage consultation for a salary pension scheme, the company established a small project team. The consultation process led the company to decide on implementing a trustee-based defined contribution (DC) scheme. The lessons learned by the company from the consultation are also cited.


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