Foster Denovo predicts budget orientated 2010


Foster Denovo envisages the market will continue to experience similar challenges in the first half of 2010, and employers are going to be continually working to keep costs down.

However, as next year progresses, Ian Bird, senior partner at Foster Denovo, believes things will improve, and that there will be a level of growth towards the end of 2010. Bird said: "Employers who spend money putting staff into new schemes also need to think about how they effectively communicate these benefits. "Often, this aspect is ignored, and the time and effort spent placing the member of staff into the scheme can be wasted. Effective employee benefits are down to communication, education and understanding - for everyone concerned." Reviewing 2009, Bird comments: • We ha...

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