Why share schemes remain a valuable employee benefit

Bettelley, Clare
May 2013
Employee Benefits;May2013, p14
The article offers information on the share schemes that is considered as a valuable employee benefit. It states that Louise Drake, national sales manager at YBS Share Plans, states that sustained communications are key to keeping employees engaged once they have signed up to a plan, and the more imaginative the campaign theme, the better.


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