Over a third of employers describing pensions as 'perk'

Pensions most commonly identified benefit, despite being legally mandated

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Over a third of employers describing pensions as 'perk'

Over a third of employers (41%) describe pensions as a perk when liaising with potential employees, according to research by communications provider Moneypenny.

In an analysis of 1000 job adverts on Indeed.com Moneypenny found pensions were the most frequently identified ‘perk' despite being a legal requirement in the UK. The second most popular ‘perk' in these adverts was the flexibility to work from home, with 22%, following by flexible working hours in 11% of listings. Moneypenny chief operating officer Ceri Henfrey commented: "We're not surprised to see flexible working, wellbeing programmes and more fun-focused perks being featured across...

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