One in 10 have no idea which benefits they have
Employers need to do more to communicate workplace benefits to their staff, research by Canada Life has found, with 34% of employees wishing they had more information about what is available to them. This figure, if spread across the working UK population, equates to 11.2 million people. The survey of 1001 full or part time employees also found that one in five (20%) received information about the benefits available to them when they first joined but never again, while one in 10 (9%) had no...
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