North Yorkshire County Council launches voluntary benefits plan

Paterson, Jennifer
February 2014
Employee Benefits;2/26/2014, p4
The article offers information on the launch of voluntary benefits plan, by North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC). It mentions several facts which includes childcare vouchers provided by Computershare Voucher Services, online portal incorporates lifestyle discounts from provider Xexec and a bikes-for-work scheme provided by Cyclescheme and a home computing scheme provided by Let's Connect.


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