One in five survey respondents with group protection say they are concerned employers may get to know too much about their health or private life
Privacy concerns are the main barrier to staff utilising group protection and added value services, according to new research from Legal & General (L&G). A survey of 1,087 employees with access to group protection, conducted by Opinium in December 2020, found that over one-third of respondents (36%) said that their group protection policies relevant to their health, wealth and happiness. Of more concern are the one-in-five (20%) of employees who said that they had concerns that their employer...
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