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Charities urged to improve benefits communication

Charity sector employers feel responsible for keeping staff informed about changing pension rules, according to new research.

Online employee benefits platform Mybenefitsatwork polled 100 charity managers and 100 charity staff, and found 92% of employers felt responsible for keeping staff informed about pension rules. Similarly, 82% of staff felt the duty rests with employers.

The staff handbook was used to communicate employee benefits by 49% of employers, and the same proportion used a new joiner induction programme.

Read the full article on Charity Times website.

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