Corporate retirement savings culture

Cox, Peter
November 2014
Banker Middle East;Nov2014, Issue 167, p62
The article offers the insights of Peter Cox of the life insurance provider Zurich International Life on the impact of improving remuneration, bonuses, and commission on employees to unlock the end-of-service gratuity. Topics discussed include the 2014 GCC Compensation survey which found that a total of 51 percent of employers increased the number of employees, the importance of employee benefit to attract skilled workers, and the services provided by the retirement savings plan firm Zurich.


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