Income protection

Hamilton, Sally
December 2003
Employee Benefits;Dec2003, p37
Describes trends and developments pertaining to income protection and benefits for employees in Great Britain. Final salary pension schemes; Ill-health early retirement benefits; Encouragement of employers to fill the gap in insurance with group income protection insurance; Full redundancy benefits. INSETS: THE FACTS;NITTY GRITTY;IN PRACTICE.


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