Employers limber up for flexible packages

Thatcher, Mike
November 1996
People Management;11/7/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 22, p15
Introduces Flex scheme by Price Waterhouse as a way of gaining a competitive advantage. Expectations of Paul Sheffrin, company's pay and benefits manager; How Flex programme is thought to rank second in size to the country's largest flexible benefit plan.


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